4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby OneHandedEconomist » Sat Apr 08, 2017 7:40 pm

Wait, I still don't get it, why is everyone trashing on this school? An aversion to the New England region?

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby Hogwartsexpress » Sat Apr 08, 2017 7:52 pm

OneHandedEconomist wrote:Wait, I still don't get it, why is everyone trashing on this school? An aversion to the New England region?



read this article and you will lseee why http://abovethelaw.com/2014/07/aba-to-h ... education/

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby OneHandedEconomist » Sat Apr 08, 2017 7:54 pm

icetea wrote:
OneHandedEconomist wrote:Wait, I still don't get it, why is everyone trashing on this school? An aversion to the New England region?



read this article and you will lseee why http://abovethelaw.com/2014/07/aba-to-h ... education/


Idk a degree's a degree. Once you pass the bar it stops mattering.

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby Npret » Sat Apr 08, 2017 7:59 pm

OneHandedEconomist wrote:
icetea wrote:
OneHandedEconomist wrote:Wait, I still don't get it, why is everyone trashing on this school? An aversion to the New England region?



read this article and you will lseee why http://abovethelaw.com/2014/07/aba-to-h ... education/


Idk a degree's a degree. Once you pass the bar it stops mattering.


Not true in this instance.

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby Hogwartsexpress » Sat Apr 08, 2017 8:00 pm

Sprout wrote:
OneHandedEconomist wrote:Wait are y'all implying there's something bad about New England Law? I know they extended the deadline, but that's not that big of a deal.

It's a horrible law school with abysmal employment stats and high cost. It makes zero sense to go there without a full ride and a dad mom or immediate family member that is partner at a local boston firm guaranteeing you a job.

Sry, just in the off chance this was a serious question. There was a time I would have asked the same thing seriously. Don't make that mistake.



He was very serious about this question

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby stego » Sat Apr 08, 2017 8:02 pm

OneHandedEconomist wrote:Wait, I still don't get it, why is everyone trashing on this school? An aversion to the New England region?

Are you an idiot? Two of the top three law schools are Yale and Harvard. Nobody's trashing this school because it's in New England.

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby OneHandedEconomist » Sat Apr 08, 2017 8:03 pm

stego wrote:
OneHandedEconomist wrote:Wait, I still don't get it, why is everyone trashing on this school? An aversion to the New England region?

Are you an idiot? Two of the top three law schools are Yale and Harvard. Nobody's trashing this school because it's in New England.


So then what's the big deal?

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby stego » Sat Apr 08, 2017 8:11 pm

OneHandedEconomist wrote:
stego wrote:
OneHandedEconomist wrote:Wait, I still don't get it, why is everyone trashing on this school? An aversion to the New England region?

Are you an idiot? Two of the top three law schools are Yale and Harvard. Nobody's trashing this school because it's in New England.


So then what's the big deal?

https://www.lstreports.com/schools/newengland/

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby Nebby » Sat Apr 08, 2017 8:12 pm

OneHandedEconomist wrote:
icetea wrote:
OneHandedEconomist wrote:Wait, I still don't get it, why is everyone trashing on this school? An aversion to the New England region?



read this article and you will lseee why http://abovethelaw.com/2014/07/aba-to-h ... education/


Idk a degree's a degree. Once you pass the bar it stops mattering.

Lol

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby OneHandedEconomist » Sat Apr 08, 2017 8:23 pm

stego wrote:
OneHandedEconomist wrote:
stego wrote:
OneHandedEconomist wrote:Wait, I still don't get it, why is everyone trashing on this school? An aversion to the New England region?

Are you an idiot? Two of the top three law schools are Yale and Harvard. Nobody's trashing this school because it's in New England.


So then what's the big deal?

https://www.lstreports.com/schools/newengland/


Sure, so only 40% get good jobs. But if you work hard you're going to be in the top 40%, so what's the big deal?

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby stego » Sat Apr 08, 2017 8:34 pm

OneHandedEconomist wrote:
stego wrote:
OneHandedEconomist wrote:
stego wrote:
OneHandedEconomist wrote:Wait, I still don't get it, why is everyone trashing on this school? An aversion to the New England region?

Are you an idiot? Two of the top three law schools are Yale and Harvard. Nobody's trashing this school because it's in New England.


So then what's the big deal?

https://www.lstreports.com/schools/newengland/


Sure, so only 40% get good jobs. But if you work hard you're going to be in the top 40%, so what's the big deal?

So the 60% didn't work hard? What did they pay $47,000 a year in tuition for?

Also, 42.8% is not the number of good jobs. That's the number of full-time long-term lawyer jobs. Not all lawyer jobs are good jobs. A lot of them don't pay near enough to pay off six figures of debt. And very few of the good lawyer jobs are going to grads of New England Law.

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby cavalier1138 » Sun Apr 09, 2017 7:03 am

I assume that someone is just bored/drunk and trolling...

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby Mikey » Sun Apr 09, 2017 10:49 am

I haven't applied yet because I'd like to have a job upon graduation

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Re: 4 Reasons You Still Haven’t Applied to New England Law

Postby Nebby » Sun Apr 09, 2017 10:50 am

cavalier1138 wrote:I assume that someone is just bored/drunk and trolling...

I think OHE is trolling. No way he's serious



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