Seems reasonable to me.lolwat wrote:The original question just references "an alum," in which case you've got several at least possibilities:cron1834 wrote:That's great and all, but I don't think anyone ITT is saying it's somehow wrong to email a resume to a hiring partner. The original question doesn't really distinguish between doing this and emailing it to a random associate just because they went to your school. I think we've seen some evidence here that the latter is probably neutral at best and harmful at worst.
Alum hiring/managing partner (Yes)
Alum partner (probably)
Alum non-partner, e.g., of counsel/associate (perhaps err on the side of no)
Then, for sake of discussion, because why must we always limit a thread only to the very narrow question asked by the OP?:
Non-alum hiring partner (Yes)
Non-alum partner (no)
Non-alum associate (no)
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