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Pretty sure that I want to do tax after the summer. There's also a significant possibility that I'll want to work in a city other than New York after graduation, so to some extent I'll be summering in New York just to see what it's like.
If I do end up practicing in New York, will either one of these provide me with a significantly better lifestyle or significantly better exit options? Also, does anyone know how Cravath's incredibly high leverage in the tax department (higher than in the corporate department, and much higher than is normal in tax) translates into practice?
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