Highest percentages of BigLaw/A3 after accounting for Gov/PI

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Re: Highest percentages of BigLaw/A3 after accounting for Gov/PI

Postby NYstate » Sun Jan 12, 2014 7:25 pm

Rayiner made a thread about this for the class of 2011. I would link it but my phone isn't allowing me for some reason. It was called the un-employment thread.
I think he broke out the numbers a little differently.

If you guys are unfamiliar with Rayiner, he is a brilliant poster band extremely good with numbers.
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Re: Highest percentages of BigLaw/A3 after accounting for Gov/PI

Postby lawschool22 » Sun Jan 12, 2014 7:28 pm

Looking at it this way definitely adds credence to the suggestion that if biglaw is your goal, taking CCN with $$$ over HYS is probably the advisable route.




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