I am in my second year of undergraduate studies in university, with intentions of pursuing law school following graduation. Typically, law firms only hire students in law school so I did not anticipate receiving an offer for the job I interviewed for last week.
Turns out, the lawyer loved me and, despite my young age, he offered me a full-time, paid summer internship in his law firm.
It will be phenomenal experience for a student who is interested in pursuing law, so I'm extremely excited!
Re: Job in a Law Firm -
February 29th 2012, 08:26 PM
Well done! As someone who's going through the recruitment process (and has been for the last few years) I can safely say that doesn't come up very often so you clearly made a very good impression. It's also really good experience to get as you'll be able to see exactly what makes a law firm tick (and just how different that actually is from your studies!) and a great chance to ask questions and seek out advice on your future career.
Best of luck for when it starts, and well done again.
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Originally Posted by OMFG!You'reActuallySmart!
If you're referring to dr2005's response, it's not complex, however, he has a way with words .