dreambig wrote:Is anyone familiar with LUC's career prospects within Chicago BigLaw (nlj250 firms)? Clearly on would have to be near the top of their class to be considered by one of these firms, but do they even recruit at LUC? I'm not interested in doing health law and would like to focus more on the business side of things - not tax though. With undergrad internship experience at a top 50 law firm, I realize the different values of law degrees from schools of different rankings and would like to find out if such opportunities are possible with a LUC degree. Or would it be more beneficial to take a year off and work on gaining admission to a higher ranked law school? Any input would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
http://thecareerist.typepad.com/thecare ... g-law.html
Loyola is very special in it's ties to the community. It seems to me that Loyola alums are willing to help other Loyola alums over NU or UC people. Many Loyola grads are in very powerful positions in the city.