Ferrisjso wrote: pancakes3 wrote: Thomas Hagan, ESQ. wrote: guybourdin wrote:
Ferrisjso wrote:I know it's difficult don't get me wrong. The how difficult part is the issue here because Cardozo's the best choice financially and I want to live in CT why not try to balance it?
it's a serious uphill battle. I wouldn't say its impossible, but I 100% believe you would be more likely to be employed in CT by the end of 2021 if you retook and went to UCONN. That is, you could end up unemployed for over a year if you go to Dozo and gun for CT.
Take this with a grain of salt due to self-selection but here's Cardozo's ABA employment stats, just to show give you a picture of how hard it is.
For 2015 Cardozo grades, the top 3 states looked like this.
1. New York - 255
2. New Jersey - 26
3. Florida - 4
this shit took like 5 seconds to find. ferris should be able to find it, even as a 0L. he's either not willing or not able to find this stuff out and not willing or not able to understand the advice given.
let the dude dig his own debt-grave guys.
Believe it or not i can read a 509 and the employment reports! I am aware that Dozo places almost exclusively in NY, however i think we all know most of thats self selection inwas asking avout tge difficulty of breaking the CT market so dont make it out like i havent done my homework just so you can sound all high and mighty i have read both 509s amd know both schools are regional.
If you know that the schools are regional, and you know that there were no CT practitioners out of a class of 300, and you know about 509 reports etc. then how is this thread 27 pages?
I apologize for sounding high and mighty, but attending law school is a difficult PERSONAL decision. The parameters with how you choose aren't difficult. Cost, employment prospects, placement, etc. You have all the information. You dragging your feet on it, and baiting well-meaning posters on this board to engage is dumb and shitty.