PDaddy wrote:risktaker wrote:Seattle employs 92.1% of their graduates in bar admission required positions while McGeorge employs 81% of their graduates in bar admission required positions. These stats don't seem too bad to me.
47% of graduates employed in law firms for McGeorge, and 48% of graduates employed in law firms for Seattle.
I know the numbers for USF and SCU are horrendous though but McGeorge and SU's numbers are not too shabby.
People who go to any of these schools feel free to chime in please.
As a Seattle resident, I can tell you that the SU stats - if they are official - are inflated. So many SU grads are either unemployed or working in low-paying jobs that it is really sickening. Academically the school is top-notch; it arguably turns out the best legal writers in the country (no dis on Chi-Kent or Temple). Even this site proffers SU's poor employment prospects. OP should go to McGeorge, especially given the scholly conditions. I'd take a guaranteed $10K over a conditional $8K any day of the week and twice on Sunday. Hell, I'd take a guaranteed $8K over a conditional $10K. MCGEORGE!
Funny. so you're using Oates book for legal writing? Arguably....please.