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In case you are doing the 2L recruit and feel down about your 2L first semester grades, you’re not alone

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if there’s anyone out there feeling down too, you’re not alone. Others and I are feeling so down too.

if you’re scared about what others might think of you if you don’t get a job, you’re not alone. Others and I feel the same.

we’re in a weird environment (ie the law school environment) where we’re told it’s the end of the world if you don’t get a job in the 2L recruit. try not to worry - it’s not the end of the world.

keep going and try to keep your spirits up so that you put the best application together that you can.

all the best & god bless 

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