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Wow, just wow. Not only is this an old ass thread, that's terrible advice. Don't ever out scholly info on resumes. It's tacky. Nor would a firm care as they need to sell your school to clients.fakehunter wrote:I chose Michigan - my dad's an attorney, and those he obviously doesn't speak for all, he often hires grads from worse law schools that get full scholarships - clearly if you got a full scholarship at a top school you could get in someone better. As long as you put the scholarship on the resume, I don't think it'd make much of a difference for placement.
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LOL. this is regularly included on firm profiles; actually the Darrow in particular is included on firm profiles.blowhard wrote:Wow, just wow. Not only is this an old ass thread, that's terrible advice. Don't ever out scholly info on resumes. It's tacky. Nor would a firm care as they need to sell your school to clients.
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