sfoglia wrote:Their employment numbers are lower than NYU. Can someone explain that to me?
I think it has to do with pursuing more school instead of getting a job?
A lot of it is self-selection and the opportunities open to yale grads. 78% are In full time legal jobs, which is closer to 90% for schools like nyu Columbia etc. But when you include other full time work their number (Yale) jumps to 92%, Another 7% in school funded jobs as well. But that additional 15% of full time jobs are probably really good opportunities not open to your average legal grad that don't require bar passage so they aren't included in your traditional LST score report. /rant
Edit for there are plenty pursuing addtl school too I just don't know where they fall in the percentages