DoubleChecks wrote: hdivschool wrote:
legends159 wrote:To counter the minor prestige bump that HLS has, there's something special and rewarding about being cherry picked by SLS. The admissions office read your package and picked you not just because of your numbers but because of some other factor.
I wonder how H/S(/Y) cross-admits who choose Harvard perform (both in law school and afterward) relative to those who were only admitted to H.
kind of hard to determine though right? some people may not have applied to all 3 for personal reasons (ex: me)
Yea, it would be. I'm just idly speculating. People not applying to all three would only be an issue if we didn't observe superior performance by cross-admits, though.
DoubleChecks wrote:not to mention, i dont know how you plan to measure 'performance' outside of law school per se
This is another difficultly. But the metrics commonly used to compare law schools (e.g. NLJ 250 placement; Art. III clerkships) might provide a rough idea.