erniesto wrote:honestabe84 wrote:erniesto wrote:St. John's rise is inexplicable. Unless it raises the same amount next year, I'd wager they just bullshitted something, especially given their part-time program. Maybe Queens County is more stable than Manhattan and Brooklyn, who knows. As far as NALP is concerned St. John's doesn't traditionally compare with BLS and Cardozo. This could be changing.
This may be the new NYC ranking
I also think BLS has a bad rap as far as ranking is concerned, some of it deserved, but it's alumni network in NYC is just as strong as Cardozo's. Cardozo is given too much credit, it's sitting right where it usually is and perhaps always will be, right in the arm pit of NYC's second tier.
The main problem with St. Johns as I see it is that it's so damn expensive.
Welcome to NYC? St. John's is actually pretty generous with scholarships.
I was really looking at its tuition. Because it's surrounded by so many great schools in probably the most competitive market, I would only consider paying 20k to go there.