horsesrule2006 wrote:kid-a wrote:I’m a Lewis & Clark student myself & I wanted to maybe offer a different view. I think y'all deserve the same positive experience I had when I chose L&C back and I’m happy to answer a few questions if there are any. And just to say, I don't speak with authority, just someone who's willing to talk.
I'm interested equally in L&C and UO. From what I have heard both have great environmental law programs. UO is cheaper, which is nice, but L&C is higher up on the top schools list. So here is my question: in your opinion or from what you've heard, how much does the rank of the school matter in terms of getting a job? (And I mean small differences in the ranking. Obviously Harvard vs somewhere small matters.)
In case you didn't see this link, it was back on the 2nd page of this thread:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc ... 0VkE#gid=0
Obviously this doesn't cover all aspects of the job market, but it at least addresses the representation of Oregon's different law schools in the state's biggest firms.
ETA: fixed the link. I messed it up the first time.