Blindmelon wrote:whymeohgodno wrote:BU is about as mobile as the tree in my frontyard.
Again, pure TLS conjecture. If you have ties to an area and good enough grades, its not like you're stuck in Boston. I know 4 people with bigfirm jobs in DC, 1 KS, 1 OC, some LA, NYC, Philly, etc. How is that not mobile?
If you mean mobile as in, doors everywhere are automatically opened to you because where you go to school - then you mean HYS, maybe CN and thats it. Everything else is going to take ties/decent grades to move far.
yeah I suppose hometown ties can get you back to a market from basically anywhere. I wouldn't say that BU has mobility to those places though. I'm much more likely to go to the midwest for law school and take my degree back to Boston (my hometown), than getting a BU degree and heading to KS. that'd probably be impossible. I think self-selection also creates a false sense of immobility. what do I know though.