laotze wrote:Desert Fox wrote:Magnalum wrote:Northwestern sends about 10% of graduates to JD Preferred jobs that do not count as LST jobs in the overall jobs percentage. Peer schools like Duke and Cornell have very few (4 between them) JD preferred jobs. When you add the JD preferred jobs to Northwestern's total, they are on par with Duke and Cornell. I think it is reasonable to count JD Preferred from NU because if the relationship with the business school at NU.
It's not just the relationship, a large percentage of our class actually is getting an MBA and pursues MBA track jobs.
Another chunk of the class is doing AJD and several, are just going back to where they came from (which was the idea behind the program).
Northwestern really is the anti-Chicago in so many aspects. I'm inclined to love them for it.
Can you explain what you mean?