gnuwheels wrote: muskies970 wrote:
gnuwheels wrote:Michigan will drop out of the T14 eventually, even if it takes 10 years, so if TX remains consistent, it should enter.
Can you tell me where I should invest in right now too?
It's just like, my opinion, man.
But seriously, Michigan can't hold it's weight anymore. It's happening.
Regardless of how you interpret Michigans recent employment numbers, this will not happen since USNWR metric is based heavily on the perceptions and qualitative assessments made by boomer judges/partners, along with their outdated pretensions, who came into the market at a time when Michigan was a dominant force in academia and the industry. It will take more than 10 years before our generation of law students have the influence to impact that measurement, unless the serial magazines change their methodology to emphasize strict large firm employment figures over the next few years (unlikely IMO due to internal politics).