JCougar wrote:Honestly, that's what I wish all law schools would look like. $50 million dollar buildings look cool in the brochures, but the novelty wears off after the first semester. And then again when they hike tuition your 2L year even though the job market is in freefall. You're paying for those kinds of buildings with student loan debt.
The reality is that you don't need much more than a room, a few lightbulbs and a podium to teach law. It should be one of the cheapest degrees out there. You don't need lab equipment or even projectors/power points.
On an "empty prestige" vs. "actual value" basis, a legal education has to be one of the worst values in the history of the entire world.
daleearnhardt123 wrote:Updates? Class size for the incoming lemmings?
Cicero76 wrote:Did you guys know that ITTTT Law has binding early decision? I just found it on their website. That blows my mind. With their admissions standards, is it even possible for there to be an advantage to applying ED? It's not like they can lower their requirements any further for you.
ManoftheHour wrote:ETA: Actually, that shit doesn't make sense at all. Don't these deposits go towards the tuition that you will (and have to) be paying anyway? Eventually you'd have to pony up for that $100 anyway right? Dafuq.