Trap law schools

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Pomeranian
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Re: Trap law schools

Postby Pomeranian » Thu Jun 30, 2016 6:41 pm

Does the term "trap school" still apply today with LST and the law school financial horror articles we see on a regular basis?

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Re: Trap law schools

Postby Clemenceau » Thu Jun 30, 2016 6:53 pm

Pomeranian wrote:Does the term "trap school" still apply today with LST and the law school financial horror articles we see on a regular basis?


Perhaps a little more of the blame falls on the student because there's better resources out there now. But I still think schools that leave you in a metric ton of debt with meh employment prospects are trap schools.

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Re: Trap law schools

Postby Barack O'Drama » Thu Jun 30, 2016 7:11 pm

Clemenceau wrote:
Pomeranian wrote:Does the term "trap school" still apply today with LST and the law school financial horror articles we see on a regular basis?


Perhaps a little more of the blame falls on the student because there's better resources out there now. But I still think schools that leave you in a metric ton of debt with meh employment prospects are trap schools.



That's also how I see it. The info is out there, but there are still trap schools.

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Re: Trap law schools

Postby mukol » Thu Jun 30, 2016 8:38 pm

If you're on a full ride at say Minnnesota (Emory, WashU, etc) and it's unconditional, it can't be a trap right?

I mean, I wouldn't pay more than a a few thousand to go to any law school, but that's just me.




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