Fresh Prince wrote:c3pO4 wrote:So 5-10 people per class in the last three years at NYU have no job after a year and are still looking or even not looking anymore? What the hell are they going to do? This is considered good?
I'd wager that this is the case at any top law school, even in good economic times. Some people, like yourself, have such a high degree of aspergers that they can't help it.
But in all seriousness, I think it's the rare year when a school reports 100% employment to USNews.
I would say "top law school" here means T6. I'm at a T14 and know more then 5-10 people, probably 5-10% of last year's class, who don't have jobs. It requires a low GPA, low motivation or extreme finickiness on the type of job, combined with some personality defect (shortness, fatness, awkward nerd, plain ugly, not aggressive enough, mental illness, etc) to end up with no job several months after graduation.