deloga wrote:CoffeeIsLife wrote:Basically you're saying you would rather hold onto whatever sense of pride you have and be unemployed because of your choice, rather than make an intelligent decision and attend a school which has a strong alumni base, and LST Score which will allow you to find a job.
Doesn't seem like you have a good idea about how this whole thing works
I'm sorry--have we met? Why would you assume I'm unemployed? How "intelligent" of you.
Let's work on our critical reading skills for a moment, shall we?deloga wrote: I'd much rather accept a job offer that was based on the experience and skills I've busted ass to obtain while in law school than one that was given to me because of the name on my diploma. The job offers I've been given thus far have been because of the work I'm capable of and the reputation I've worked to develop, which is exactly how I want it to be.
I never said you were "unemployed". I said based on your quote you would rather be unemployed, but have your pride intact than gainfully employed because of the name on your diploma. Lets not twist things and pretend SLS is a great outcome. All I meant was its pretty dumb to care how you get a job. All that matters is getting a job that is full-time and requires you to pass the bar. I would think most people are smart enough to make decisions that make it easier to find a job.