So I'm currently trying to decide which law school to attend and I'm going through a number of different "tools" outside of calculating expenses.
1. Law School Transparency
2. TLS Forums
3. Discussions with current/former students
I was playing around with the NALP directory and I decided to search up which firms recruit from which schools. Is that a good way to gauge employment prospects? I know it doesn't mean you'll get a job out of the recruitment but it certainly must be significant that Harvard has 635 firms recruiting from their ranks vs. the 17 of Hamline.
Does anyone agree/disagree?
Am I missing any more resources?
(Rankings, Profiles, Tuition, Student Life, . . . )
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