quakeroats wrote:lawschoollll wrote:irishman86 wrote:quakeroats wrote:Yes. For example, roughly twice as many Duke students end up in NYC V10s relative to Michigan when controlling for class size. While these two work very well for comparison (both send a plurality of their students to NYC, both are outside of major markets, both are ranked similarly, etc.), you can do this across the top schools and get roughly the same picture. I'd make the case that V10 NYC placement is a good all-purpose metric for judging one school to the next unless you have a very specialized interest. Article III Clerkships follow the same basic trend:
What an idiot 1L/0L.
V10 placement is not an accurate all-purpose metric for judging NYC placement.
Also, no, you are not getting v10.
You're a legitimately horrible poster. And it's WLRK. hth
I'll stand by my postings. I've cited lots of data on this. If you're apt to believe otherwise, go with God. You'll need him.
Was supposed to be directed at "Veyron." Fixed above.