goawaybee wrote:- miami- they don't really have much of responsibility other than to take the checks, put them in the bank and pay their employees. I would like to think otherwise but reality seems to say they are a tool, you can use them or the roles can be reversed.
No, they have an obligation, I'd imagine legally, to present honest employment outcomes. Right now, many schools do not meet that standard. When Hofstra Law tells you their median private practice salary is $160k, there is something more than a little fucked up about what law schools are able to get away with.
I hear you on a "REAL" level. I am all about some honesty/truth in advertising type of life but I am not going to believe any of their numbers. It is a shame b/c it makes it very difficult when making a decision such as where to attend, but just like everything else in life. Risky Bus.
I think it is a damn shame that it is all such a racket. GPA/LSAT and not much else considered, allowing a bunch of young people to dive into a pond and leaving them to drown, misrepresenting employment stats, absurd tuition etc...I do find it amusing to the extent you would like to believe that in this profession ethics/honesty/etc SHOULD reign supreme but they seem to feel/act otherwise.
Thank you for the meme thing Romo. I always feel honored when I get one of those.