You’re not on law review and you’re in the middle (or bottom) of your class. You’re at a low-ranked law school, in a competitive job market, and you’re not sure what to do. Here’s one option: research assistant.

You may think you don’t want to be a research assistant. You don’t need the money. You don’t have the time. Only geeks do it. Only folks on law review get to do it. And what’s the point anyway?

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