What does student 2 do in her holidays, though?student 2 - HD average nerd with no life experiences. spends all her time studying studying studying, focussing on grades, forgetting everything else.
who do you think would be the better candidate?
If you are straight from yr 12 with no outside activities, do some no-name/online law degree, scrape by a pass throughout: I suggest you take up some hobbies and interact more with society to make up for the shortfall.
The raw statistics are provided, and are higher. Read more than the first paragraph next time. The only relevant criticism is that the old policy isn't applicable this semester, but I've already said as much earlier.The documents say the MAX is 40%.
So he is correct in not believing them.
I read it.You haven't read it? Then what the hell are you basing your argument on. Scroll back two pages and open it for yourself, it's linked to earlier in the thread.
This scares the shit out of me tbh.Nah law students party a lot, a least in unsw, usually because they are smart to begin with (i m exception).
Lawyers on the other hand is a whole different story, from what I hear lawyers typically work 60-80 hrs/week, if not more. 40% depression rate, surely having no life (or a crap life) have something to do with it.
How many hours you want to work depends greatly on the tier you're employed by. If you're happy to go bottom tier (which is less money), the solicitors at the firms I've worked at start at 8.30 and are gone by 5.00. Down side is that there is a lot of pressure to be active in the community, which is a bit of a drag.Lawyers on the other hand is a whole different story, from what I hear lawyers typically work 60-80 hrs/week, if not more. 40% depression rate, surely having no life (or a crap life) have something to do with it.