jrthor10 wrote:JamesChapman23 wrote:jrthor10 wrote:merely that if you are top 10%, you have a better than 50% shot at getting a good job.
Brilliant. That is worth hundred of thousands of dollars worth of debt for those chances. LMAO, A 5-6 percent shot at a non-NLJ NALP job! Yea!
Where exactly does the rest of the 90 percent of the class go, jrthor? Do those in the top 50% have a decent chance at positions at starbucks? Top 80 percent have a better than 50 percent shot at getting a good panhandling corner?
I didn't know 33K of tuition debt + living expenses in Indy amounted to, "hundred of thousands of dollars" [sic] in debt. Indy must have gotten considerably more expensive since I grew up there a few years ago.
You keep extrapolating from the limited point I was trying to make. I never said it was a good school to go to, or that there were good job prospects. Merely that it gave OP a "shot" at a well-paying law job and that, in my opinion, the likelihood of this was better at U Indy than at Kentucky
Yea, gives the OP a shot like playing the lottery gives someone a shot.
Also, I realize you are a law student, but with cost of attendance that is six figures (its 43k a year tuition, actually). You might not have 6th grade math down well, but you got the passive-aggressive [sic] label working for you.