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Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby monarchylover » Tue Jul 05, 2011 1:14 pm

In terms of southeastern versatility (multi-state opportunities)

Emory > UGA/Georgia State

Tulane > LSU

Wake Forest > UNC

Emory/Tulane/Wake > UF

Private schools in the south open you up to a greater array of markets than public schools do? Obviously Duke/Vandy on a whole different level.

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby fish tacos » Tue Jul 05, 2011 1:18 pm

No.

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby monarchylover » Tue Jul 05, 2011 1:37 pm

fish tacos wrote:No.


So no the numbers are lying or no to logic all together?

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby duckmoney » Tue Jul 05, 2011 1:49 pm

monarchylover wrote:In terms of southeastern versatility (multi-state opportunities)

Emory > UGA/Georgia State

Tulane > LSU

Wake Forest > UNC

Emory/Tulane/Wake > UF

Private schools in the south open you up to a greater array of markets than public schools do? Obviously Duke/Vandy on a whole different level.


Emory = UGA in Georgia, though granted greater than GA State

UNC > Wake, no question.

Emory is on par with UF in Florida, maybe slightly better (but not worth the extra cost in most cases). Wake and Tulane are NOT better than UF for Florida. They might be similarly viewed by firms is you have ties and compelling reason to go to those schools (such as big $$$).

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby monarchylover » Tue Jul 05, 2011 1:54 pm

duckmoney wrote:
monarchylover wrote:In terms of southeastern versatility (multi-state opportunities)

Emory > UGA/Georgia State

Tulane > LSU

Wake Forest > UNC

Emory/Tulane/Wake > UF

Private schools in the south open you up to a greater array of markets than public schools do? Obviously Duke/Vandy on a whole different level.


Emory = UGA in Georgia, though granted greater than GA State

UNC > Wake, no question.

Emory is on par with UF in Florida, maybe slightly better (but not worth the extra cost in most cases). Wake and Tulane are NOT better than UF for Florida. They might be similarly viewed by firms is you have ties and compelling reason to go to those schools (such as big $$$).


Georgia state places better than UGA according to LST but that is not my point

Private schools can not only place people in their home states they place better to other states as well...

eg. Emory places more people in TN NC FL, AL etc than UGA does.

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby Jah'rakal » Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:01 pm

how is UNC>Wake No Question?

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby monarchylover » Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:07 pm

Jah'rakal wrote:how is UNC>Wake No Question?



exactly what I am saying not only does wakes LST look better than UNC 54% of wake graduates find employment outside of NC so wake students are not stuck in NC

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby Verity » Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:11 pm

HYS > everyone

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby monarchylover » Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:27 pm

Verity wrote:HYS > everyone


Hedge Fund Manager
Old Money Trust Fund Kid
F500 CEO/CFO/COO
Famous actor/singer
Successful Ibank/wall street Investor >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> the rest of the slobs including HYS law grads

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby Verity » Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:29 pm

monarchylover wrote:
Verity wrote:HYS > everyone


Hedge Fund Manager
Old Money Trust Fund Kid
F500 CEO/CFO/COO
Famous actor/singer
Successful Ibank/wall street Investor >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> the rest of the slobs including HYS law grads


you forgot ron jeremy

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby scammedhard » Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:30 pm

monarchylover wrote:
Jah'rakal wrote:how is UNC>Wake No Question?



exactly what I am saying not only does wakes LST look better than UNC 54% of wake graduates find employment outside of NC so wake students are not stuck in NC

I think you are wrongly assuming that both cohorts have similar desires/aspirations. Most Wake students are not from NC, whereas most UNC students are from NC (about 75%). I bet UNC grads are "stuck" in NC because they want to be stuck there (family, friends, ties, etc). Same thing for UGA and Emory.

So, I believe that IF ONE DESIRES to stay in NC (or GA), then UNC>Wake (or UGA>Emory), and this is especially true when taking into consideration the in-state tuition advantage for residents.

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby monarchylover » Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:32 pm

scammedhard wrote:
monarchylover wrote:
Jah'rakal wrote:how is UNC>Wake No Question?



exactly what I am saying not only does wakes LST look better than UNC 54% of wake graduates find employment outside of NC so wake students are not stuck in NC

I think you are wrongly assuming that both cohorts have similar desires/aspirations. Most Wake students are not from NC, whereas most UNC students are from NC (about 75%). I bet UNC grads are "stuck" in NC because they want to be stuck there (family, friends, ties, etc). Same thing for UGA and Emory.

So, I believe that IF ONE DESIRES to stay in NC (or GA), then UNC>Wake (or UGA>Emory), and even more so after taking into consideration the in-state tuition advantage for residents.


Absolutely but I was comparing versatility of the JD.

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby scammedhard » Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:34 pm

monarchylover wrote:Absolutely but I was comparing versatility of the JD.

Then your argument is more valid, and you are probably right.

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby monarchylover » Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:34 pm

Verity wrote:
monarchylover wrote:
Verity wrote:HYS > everyone


Hedge Fund Manager
Old Money Trust Fund Kid
F500 CEO/CFO/COO
Famous actor/singer/porn star/mogul
Successful Ibank/wall street Investor >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> the rest of the slobs including HYS law grads


you forgot ron jeremy


fixed

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby Verity » Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:44 pm

monarchylover wrote:
Verity wrote:
monarchylover wrote:
Verity wrote:HYS > everyone


Hedge Fund Manager
Old Money Trust Fund Kid
F500 CEO/CFO/COO
Famous actor/singer/porn star/mogul
Successful Ibank/wall street Investor >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> the rest of the slobs including HYS law grads


you forgot ron jeremy


fixed


We're forgetting Worthington's Law: More money = Better than

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby Redfactor » Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:56 pm

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby monarchylover » Tue Jul 05, 2011 5:27 pm

Redfactor wrote:So this thread was created to flaunt OP's knowledge... great.

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby WSJ_Law » Wed Jul 06, 2011 12:13 pm

This isn't helpful, knowledgeable, insightful, or even completely factual.

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby CanadianWolf » Wed Jul 06, 2011 12:20 pm

OP: Your thoughts are incorrect. Better to look at specific markets before evaluating. And, of course, for recent SCOTUS clerkships, Georgia beats them all.

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby HeavenWood » Wed Jul 06, 2011 1:14 pm

monarchylover wrote:
Verity wrote:HYS > everyone


Hedge Fund Manager
Old Money Trust Fund Kid
F500 CEO/CFO/COO
Famous actor/singer
Successful Ibank/wall street Investor >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> the rest of the slobs including HYS law grads


Your trolling is uninspired and ineffective.

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby monarchylover » Wed Jul 06, 2011 3:42 pm

CanadianWolf wrote:OP: Your thoughts are incorrect. Better to look at specific markets before evaluating. And, of course, for recent SCOTUS clerkships, Georgia beats them all.



yes because I was talking about my chances at a SCOTUS clerkship!!! I have looked and UGA sucks on LST compared to Emory and like I said the degree is definitely more geographically versatile.

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Re: Southern Private T1/T2 > Public State Schools

Postby monarchylover » Wed Jul 06, 2011 3:43 pm

HeavenWood wrote:
monarchylover wrote:
Verity wrote:HYS > everyone


Hedge Fund Manager
Old Money Trust Fund Kid
F500 CEO/CFO/COO
Famous actor/singer
Successful Ibank/wall street Investor >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> the rest of the slobs including HYS law grads


Your trolling is uninspired and ineffective.


I am not trolling and I feel extremely inspired!!




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