Where the hell are you getting that? He works in a firm as a legal assistant. That is no guarantee (or even a hint) of a job after graduation. He has a firmer grasp than you do on the fact that some schools have absolutely dismal employment chances.Rorassy wrote:rinkrat19 wrote:I'm curious as to why you're so bent on encouraging innocent people to throw away their money.Rorassy wrote:Don't be a downer rinkrat. he'll be in the blue line. He's already working in a law office as it is, so there's no way he can do worse than that.
Don't be a downer. He has a job lined up after graduation and he wants to be a lawyer. All he has to do is pass the bar.
If he had a GUARANTEED job after graduation, then I would be telling him to go to whatever school would cost him the least money. But he doesn't. He has a "connection," most of which never turn into jobs.