I said I wouldn't go to bed tonight until I finished my resume to submit to law career services for approval so I can do interviews in the fall, and I finished it! Yay.
It really didn't need that much work, just needed to add a couple things that I'm doing this school year.
I don't know about other schools, but I think that the law career services at my school is a joke.
In order to meet with an advisor or to be eligible for interviews through the on-campus interviewing program, you have to submit your resume online and get it approved by a law career services counselor. Usually they'll look at it, suggest some changes, then after you get it right they'll meet with you or let you interview or whatnot.
It's happened to me before, and I know of several other people it has happened to, where you'll submit a resume one semester, make the necessary changes, get it approved, and then the next semester or whenever you have to get it re-approved they will tell you to change the exact same thing that they made you do in the first place. It is SO aggravating. I realize that resumes are not an exact science, but seriously? What's the freaking point of getting it approved?!
Sorry for the mini-rant, but I'm just annoyed that I have to go through all of this crap. It's such a pain.