kapital98 wrote:rad law wrote:kapital98 wrote:
You must not be familiar with Charleston or SC.
http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/ ... -by-state/
South Carolina is right in the middle of the pack when it comes to a "lawyer surplus." This article is ommitting the relative growth rates of each state. South Carolina is growing at a much faster pace than other comparable states. This can be seen in the relative decline of the Rust Belt vs. the Sun Belt.
You must not be familiar with economics.
Cool article bro. South Carolina is probably the most insular market in the nation. If you're not from there, forget about it. My friends from SC who went to out state schools can't get jobs because they didn't go to USC, despite good grades at more prestigious institutions. Charleston itself is functionally impossible to get a job in unless you know someone. It's incredibly good 'ol boy. Plus the law school is new and no one respects it.