romothesavior wrote:Ben Franklin wrote:romothesavior wrote:You clearly don't know what sticker is, because virtually every law school will be over 100k in total cost after three years.
If you factor in COL, yes. But if one already lives in the city of the school they plan to attend, COL is a forgone conclusion. You will pay that if you don't go to law school. There are plenty of law schools with in-state tuition ranging from $20-30k/yr, so debt < $100k is possible.
Not if they're taking out debt to cover their COL.Ben Franklin wrote:I suppose my gripe is with that 5% of TLS posters who bash people who voice a desire to attend lower ranked law schools.
You've backtracked a lot since your first post ITT, all without admitting you were wrong about any of the litany of comments you've been proven wrong on and pinned down to. You might make a TLS regular yet. You're like as dense and willfully ignorant as BearsGrl, but with more grace and tact.
Yes because the discussion has evolved from my first post. I started saying that people with no business going to law school shouldn't be disappointed when they cannot find a job, which evolved into the reasons there are no jobs out there (the abundance of law grads) which somehow then evolved into people being told by some (not all) people on TLS that it is T14 or bust, and evolved from there to the value of a T14 vs State U when considering the variation in likelihood of employment.