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  1. And please reach out to your friends whenever you are ready to do so--they are there for you and they're just giving you space to process. They really don't care whether or not you were successful in this process, their perspective on you hasn't changed one bit. Take all the time you need to process and recover. Just remember that you're extremely qualified to have made it to in-firms, regardless of the result.
  2. Maybe, but it really doesn't matter at this point. There could be a variety of reasons including logistics and availability of lawyers. You're still having a meal with them--it's a good sign!
  3. I wouldn't read too much into it. Everyone that's getting a call IS in the firm's good books. As long as you got a call, you're in a good place. It will depend on the firm how much instructions are given to callers. For example, some callers might be told to book certain candidates on Monday or even Monday morning. But other firms might tell their callers to call in order of the list with no other requirements. This means that you might get asked "can you come in at 8/10/12/2?" or "what time do you want to come in?" In that sense, it can be arbitrary because they just want to schedule you in. Disclaimer: I'm not a caller, but this is my understanding of the situation. Correct me if I'm wrong.
  4. Agreed, they phrased it well and (most) students got the point.
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