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My goal is to work in Biglaw for a few years, but I would also like to try for federal clerkships. My first choice of city is Washington, D.C., and my second choice is New York City.
Is University of Virginia a target or a reach for me?
Do I have a chance at Harvard if I have strong softs?
What are some good options for safeties?
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You're barely a splitter at the T13, so you should be applying broadly across that group (maybe leave out Y/S). You're also going to be in the running for scholarships at most of these schools, so that should strongly influence your decision.
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Agree that Y/S are skip-able if the app fees would be a serious burden, but IMO it's well worthwhile not to have to wonder "what could have been".
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