JD or LLM hirability


ivan2006

I don´t know what the other posters think (specially the ones who have been around for some time), but sometimes I have the impression that I am hearing the same voice under different aliases.

Kay, I did not agree with Jose when he gave the 100% statistics (sounded exaggerated, although Jose remarked afterwards that he was not referring to the 100% of the LLM students, but to the ones who had followed OCS´s guidelines, etc.), but sometimes I think your comments sound too bitter... Would you mind sharing with us your personal experience?

<blockquote>I don´t know what the other posters think (specially the ones who have been around for some time), but sometimes I have the impression that I am hearing the same voice under different aliases.

Kay, I did not agree with Jose when he gave the 100% statistics (sounded exaggerated, although Jose remarked afterwards that he was not referring to the 100% of the LLM students, but to the ones who had followed OCS´s guidelines, etc.), but sometimes I think your comments sound too bitter... Would you mind sharing with us your personal experience? </blockquote>
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josepidal

The only state that allows LLMs to sit for the bar is NY.

Incorrect.

<blockquote>The only state that allows LLMs to sit for the bar is NY. </blockquote>
Incorrect.
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fg

I think they can take the Californian bar. Indeed, you don't even need a US degree to sit the CA bar.
I imagine many people take the NY bar because that is where the work is but you can also cross-credit your NY bar admission to other states (albeit not that easily).

I think they can take the Californian bar. Indeed, you don't even need a US degree to sit the CA bar.
I imagine many people take the NY bar because that is where the work is but you can also cross-credit your NY bar admission to other states (albeit not that easily).
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