Due to recent events in my life, I am interested in becoming a prosecutor in the bay area. Are there any particular law firms or attorneys that will be willing to allow me to apprentice under them? Or is there a network for the LOSP? Thank you in advance for reading and answering my question.
School is very important and the LSOP you refer to is almost universally un-used. That said, if hands on experience is important to you, which it is to a lot of people and to employers, you might look into what different schools offer. I believe Southwestern in LA has an in depth hybrid type program that may be of interest to you...
I can't recommend your plan. You will not be hired by any prosecuting agency without a law school education. The competition for these jobs is brutal, and you would need to be competitive with respect to all of your qualifications -- and your laws school education is among the most crucial bases of comparison. Contra, of course, if your dad is the governor.
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