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Anyways, the interviewers (most of which were DC partners) asked about my location preferences and being the dumb person I am, I expressed interest in CA bc I'm from there. Havent heard back from any. I'm thinking I made a major mistake not saying DC as I do realize there are plenty of good schools in CA that they already hired from and might have no openings...
Can I send an email to the recruiting department or my interviewer expressing that I actually misstated my preference and would be equally open to both?
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But if you actually prefer the CA office of a firm, then it makes perfect sense to me that you'd express interest in the CA office. It's not going to be any harder to land California with ties than it will be to land DC biglaw; it should be quite a bit easier.
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