T 14 (JD) vs. M 7 (MBA)

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Marvel.DC.23457
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T 14 (JD) vs. M 7 (MBA)

Postby Marvel.DC.23457 » Wed Jul 26, 2017 3:26 pm

How would one rank these professional schools below, factors to include : lay prestige, salary,
employment stats, best professors, world rankings/view, if one had gotten into all of them with equal COA ?

What would be your top 5 from the list below, personally ?


- Harvard Law - Columbia Law
- Harvard B-School - Columbia B-School
- Stanford Law - UPenn Law
- Stanford B-School - UPenn Wharton B-School
- Chicago Law - Cornell Law
- Chicago Booth B-School - Duke Law
- NW Law - Yale SOM B-School
- NW Kellogg B-School - Yale Law
- NYU Law - Michigan Law
- MIT Sloan B-School - Virginia Law
- NYU Stern B-School - UC Berkeley Law

lucretius_
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Re: T 14 (JD) vs. M 7 (MBA)

Postby lucretius_ » Wed Jul 26, 2017 3:36 pm

Marvel.DC.23457 wrote:How would one rank these professional schools below, factors to include : lay prestige, salary,
employment stats, best professors, world rankings/view, if one had gotten into all of them with equal COA ?

What would be your top 5 from the list below, personally ?


- Harvard Law - Columbia Law
- Harvard B-School - Columbia B-School
- Stanford Law - UPenn Law
- Stanford B-School - UPenn Wharton B-School
- Chicago Law - Cornell Law
- Chicago Booth B-School - Duke Law
- NW Law - Yale SOM B-School
- NW Kellogg B-School - Yale Law
- NYU Law - Michigan Law
- MIT Sloan B-School - Virginia Law
- NYU Stern B-School - UC Berkeley Law


I would rank this post as the most annoying of the times you've asked this question. The other four times would round out the list, with the two times you tried to hijak two other threads less than five minutes apart as tied for second.




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