What job looks best to prospective law schools?
I am planning to apply to law schools in the next year or two, but I need to work in the mean time. I have 2 years work experience out of college as a cognitive neuroscience research assistant. I would like to get a job in something more law related, what would look best on a law school application?
Asked By: Michael - 10/22/2009
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Few law schools really look at your work experience or letters of recommendation and the like unless you are "on the bubble". You would do far better with getting your GPA higher and working to get a good score on the LSAT (the version of the SAT you take to get into law school). However, please note that unlike the... More
Answered By: W G - 10/25/2009
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Answered By: Jennifer King - 10/22/2009
Answered By: Joshua - 10/22/2009
try to find a law office and apply for any position that they will give you. even being a secretary in a law office will be a good start.
Answered By: Jasper - 10/22/2009
Any law firm work would be good, and paralegal work would be particularly good, but it's not necessary. Your grades and LSAT matter more.
Answered By: MM - 10/22/2009
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