moonman157 wrote: danquayle wrote: moonman157 wrote:
That feeder school list bums me out.
Columbia, Berkeley, Cornell, Michigan...do these graduates honestly not have better options than USFCA?
I went to Michigan for UG. I know for at least Michigan (and probably Berk), there were just tons of undergrads that wanted to go into law. Michigan is a top feeder for almost for every law school I've seen. I'm guessing its similar for Columbia and Cornell. There are so-so students at even the very best schools. IIRC, even Harvard only has a 163 median LSAT amongst its undergrad students. (Think it was 158 at UM)
Now if you're asking whether they have better options for careers outside of law, they probably do. But lack of information and delusional self-evaluation is unfortunately still rampant, and plenty of people who would worsen their careers by attending law school still do.