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Re: The Worst Law Schools for Lawyering

Postby star fox » Sun Mar 03, 2013 5:24 pm

Desert Fox wrote:How come Yale super preftsiguous fellowships suddenly exploded in number after 2008?

There's no such thing as a less than 100 % desirable outcome at Yale :evil:

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Re: The Worst Law Schools for Lawyering

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Re: The Worst Law Schools for Lawyering

Postby JO 14 » Mon Mar 04, 2013 3:10 pm

kappycaft1 wrote:It is too difficult to determine whether these are just shitty cover-up positions or whether they are meaningful fellowships based on the limited data we have. Accordingly, I simply left the school-funded positions in the employment numbers, but have uploaded a chart to the OP that shows a summary of these positions for the T25 schools.

Relaxed but bored today. Springing here since a four-hour drive doesn’t get me out of the cold. Played a little with the #s, once you eliminate the top 25 ranked schools, chances for landing a JD job are 50:50. There is a recent thread somewhere on TLS claiming that the rankings do not matter (I would post this info there, but cannot easily locate it and not motivated enough to search).

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Re: The Worst Law Schools for Lawyering

Postby deadpanic » Tue Mar 05, 2013 9:20 pm

jeffyl00b wrote:
dr123 wrote:Also, why are Mississippi College of Law's numbers so much better than Ole Miss. The fuck?

After reading so many things about what's gone on with Ole Miss' career services, it's actually not shocking me at all.

This is mostly it. the career service office at ole miss is absolutely horrible. on top of that, MC is in jackson, which is really the only legal market in the state.

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Re: The Worst Law Schools for Lawyering

Postby stuckinthemiddle » Tue Mar 05, 2013 9:53 pm

The chart on the first post is really nice, OP. What did you use to make it (with the fancy red bars and all :lol: )?

Also, is the column labeled "ABA" = to LST? Those percentages look familiar.

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