giantsfan564789 wrote:That is very fair to say and part of me agrees with you, but isn't the goal to represent things as they are, not being overly negative or positive? Just an opinion of mine, but you do bring up a valid point.
Yeah ideally the objective realities would be represented. But keeping in mind the lack of complete or accurate data, and that perhaps even some malicious withholding of information has occurred, I think it is clear that some constant skepticism and occasional pessimism is warranted.
I am new to this site, but I think kappycaft1 and other amateur analysts do a good job (kappycaft1 especially). They certainly paint a more accurate picture than the schools themselves and everyday public knowledge. If that includes a marginal over-correction so be it. It might save a few people crushing outcomes. Which is more important than the slim possibility of deterring an excellent future attorney from the profession.