TheTaylor wrote:rpupkin wrote:TudoBem wrote:Do you want to get a high paying job @ V100?
Top 10 by % of graduates placed at the V100.
Source: National Law Journal - The TOP 10 - 2017
Rank Law school % OF 2016 GRADUATES AT THE LARGEST 100 FIRMS
1 Columbia Law School 57.07%
2 University of Chicago Law School 48.84%
3 Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law 47.58%
4 Cornell Law School 47.54%
5 New York University School of Law 47.42%
6 Duke Law School 45.50%
7 University of Virginia School of Law 44.85%
8 University of Pennsylvania Law School 43.80%
9 Harvard Law School 42.81%
10 Stanford Law School 39.34%
Just lol @ Yale. Why suffer through three years of living in New Haven for a school that can't even place you in big law? Pathetic.
Because a large percentage of these students do clerkships, public interest, etc. They all want to be the next Supreme Court Justice or POTUS. They pass up on big law so that they can advance their career in prestigious government jobs. That is also why Harvard and Stanford are low on the list, same deal.