FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

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Learned Throw Hands
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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

Postby Learned Throw Hands » Wed Apr 29, 2015 1:30 pm

Is this new info?

Also, LST just dropped all the new stuff for class of 2014 if anyone is interested.

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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

Postby Danimals18 » Wed Apr 29, 2015 1:30 pm

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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

Postby Pragmatic Gun » Wed Apr 29, 2015 1:52 pm

Cornell made a killing

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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

Postby lawdoggy » Wed Apr 29, 2015 1:56 pm

Learned Throw Hands wrote:Is this new info?

Also, LST just dropped all the new stuff for class of 2014 if anyone is interested.



Yeah, this is all 2014. Obviously you'd be better off looking at it on LST though, because they've parsed it. But if you want to see the numbers behind the numbers, check out the ABA spreadsheet.

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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

Postby jenesaislaw » Wed Apr 29, 2015 5:19 pm

FYI the spreadsheet is incomplete, thus why the ABA hasn't said a peep publicly yet.

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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

Postby Pragmatic Gun » Wed Apr 29, 2015 6:29 pm

Omg how is GULC still in the T14?

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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

Postby bearsfan23 » Wed Apr 29, 2015 6:46 pm

Still waiting for the explanation of why Harvard is considered so great.

Chicago has a higher:
1. Clerkship percentage
2. Large firm percentage
3. LST employment score

Surely all the Harvard posters who took H over a Ruby or something similar can explain what I'm overlooking

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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

Postby Pragmatic Gun » Wed Apr 29, 2015 6:53 pm

bearsfan23 wrote:Still waiting for the explanation of why Harvard is considered so great.

Chicago has a higher:
1. Clerkship percentage
2. Large firm percentage
3. LST employment score

Surely all the Harvard posters who took H over a Ruby or something similar can explain what I'm overlooking


And the fact that Cornell, the bottom of the t14, outdoes even Harvard shows how much the prestige means little

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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

Postby bearsfan23 » Wed Apr 29, 2015 6:57 pm

Pragmatic Gun wrote:
bearsfan23 wrote:Still waiting for the explanation of why Harvard is considered so great.

Chicago has a higher:
1. Clerkship percentage
2. Large firm percentage
3. LST employment score

Surely all the Harvard posters who took H over a Ruby or something similar can explain what I'm overlooking


And the fact that Cornell, the bottom of the t14, outdoes even Harvard shows how much the prestige means little



I agree. As far as the actual data shows, Yale and Stanford are the only 2 schools that stand out. Paying $300k for admission to the Harvard Club is a really dumb decision

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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

Postby lawdoggy » Wed Apr 29, 2015 6:59 pm

Pragmatic Gun wrote:Omg how is GULC still in the T14?



Man, I don't understand a lot of placements. WashU - how? Alabama - how? Minnesota - how? Shouldn't Cornell be higher?

I'm sure it all makes logical sense to someone.

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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

Postby 03152016 » Wed Apr 29, 2015 7:02 pm

ya only a matter of time before CCC>YS>H!!!

or mayb CCCP>YS>H?

both look rite to me

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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

Postby Mack.Hambleton » Wed Apr 29, 2015 7:03 pm

bearsfan23 wrote:Still waiting for the explanation of why Harvard is considered so great.

Chicago has a higher:
1. Clerkship percentage
2. Large firm percentage
3. LST employment score

Surely all the Harvard posters who took H over a Ruby or something similar can explain what I'm overlooking


epic simply epic

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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

Postby Hikikomorist » Wed Apr 29, 2015 8:47 pm

bearsfan23 wrote:Still waiting for the explanation of why Harvard is considered so great.

Chicago has a higher:
1. Clerkship percentage
2. Large firm percentage
3. LST employment score

Surely all the Harvard posters who took H over a Ruby or something similar can explain what I'm overlooking


Marrying into money seems like a much better outcome than all of those, so maybe Harvard gives a significant edge in that.

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Re: FYI: All the new employment data just landed on the ABA site

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