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So I am pretty committed to working and living in Michigan following law school. My family lives here and for certain reasons I need to live here. So, my first choice of schools is Michigan but do you think that if I can go to another T14 wihtout incurring any debt should I go there or should I go to a regional school such as Wayne.
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jwg6x6 wrote:I will not have to pay for any law school that I go to which is why I am only going to choose for the work prospects.
This is a rather asinine perspective. Unless you're a vet (in which case you target public universities), you will either have to get a full tuition scholarship, or you/your family will pay for law school.
Clearly, T13s have better employment prospects than any regional Michigan school.
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jwg6x6 wrote:What do you mean by grade sensitive?
Firms are willing to dip further into the class GPA wise because there aren't too many people that really want to come back to the area that go to T14s, relative to other markets. That's not to say its really easy to get mid/big law in Michigan, but it's easier than many other secondary markets.