Twit wrote: Samara wrote:
soj wrote:I can't wait to see slsorhls and TaipeiMort debate.
Somebody throw up the maroonsignal. Maybe if we start talking about how Chicago doesn't even have the highest biglaw placement in its own namesake city. Man, what a TTT.
Somebody get TaipeiMort.
Harvard has everyone visit because it has a bigger class and a larger pool of top-end students than any other school. Firms like Fenwick don't go to Yale's OCI because they know there are only 10 VC-focused people, who will all be gobbled up by WSGR and Cooley, and maybe Gunderson. The Yale class probably can't sustain a third or fourth VC firm.
Also, something important to mention is that unlike the other T6 and Penn, NU, and Berkeley, Yale doesn't really have a huge number going into business/small transactions work. The group going into Yale isn't skilled or tailored to go into this type of law (background in business or tech). They are generally going into lit, big deals, academia, policy think tanks, management consulting, etc. This means that you wont see as many tax, HR/Benefit, VC, PE, etc. firms at Yale's OCI.