Catholic c/o 2015 (2011-12 cycle)

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Anewell42
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Re: Catholic c/o 2015 (2011-12 cycle)

Postby Anewell42 » Sun May 20, 2012 12:46 am

I got an email last Wednesday saying they were re-looking at my file and I should hear by the end of the week....didn't hear anything...

dclaw2015
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Re: Catholic c/o 2015 (2011-12 cycle)

Postby dclaw2015 » Sun May 20, 2012 10:17 am

jwilson56 wrote:How were you notified?



Via email/phone. I called to follow-up and was notified that I was being offered a spot. Received email offer few minutes after at.

Anewell42
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Re: Catholic c/o 2015 (2011-12 cycle)

Postby Anewell42 » Mon May 21, 2012 1:21 pm

In. PT

jwilson56
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Re: Catholic c/o 2015 (2011-12 cycle)

Postby jwilson56 » Mon May 21, 2012 2:01 pm

In as well! FT program

SeanSatori
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Re: Catholic c/o 2015 (2011-12 cycle)

Postby SeanSatori » Fri Jul 13, 2012 11:11 pm

JoeMo wrote:
letmeinlawschool wrote:also, i talked to some students about the new 79 rank. it seems that cua faked their employment statistic numbers a bit. they were caught on, and i was told that cua is likely to fall back to the 90's if not into the 100's. some numbers for thought. anyone here apply to american?


If you think Catholic is shit, good luck with American. American is the shittiest school I have visited. It's like Community College in the guise of a law school.


Catholic actually beat American in full-time bar-license-required job placements for the class of 2011. Of course, there was only an 8% difference between the two, and both were under 50%.

I've never heard anything about 'fudged' numbers. That is, over and above the fact that all law schools were reporting super high numbers prior to 2011 when they didn't have to break out how many of their own students they were hiring on as 'fellows' to count them as employed. The 2011 stats are actually pretty solidly reported and contain really good break outs of what you could expect in the worst hiring year in decades.




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