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They will probably cost the same because i received 25k/year from illinois and judging from lsn ill probably get 20k/year to Wake, which makes them within 1 or 2 k of each other. I would like to go to school in the south but I would also like to work in a big city/firm upon graduation and illinois has the chicago market. Basically, what im asking is how difficult will it be to find a big firm/city job with a wake degree.
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hopefulsplitter1 wrote:Well, i understand wake is regional but do those markets offer opportunities for jobs that pay over 100k?
UIUC is regional, too.
If you get awesome grades and have ties, biglaw is a possibility, but at like a 6% difference between them, I don't think it's really anything to decide by. Also it's not a great shot in general.
Just pick a region you want to be in, and you're done.