kalvano wrote:I would place STCL on the "don't go" list. Look, I'm not trying to be a dick, but it's a bad school. A few years ago, it was maybe a decent option, but the market is super tight and going to STCL is like playing Russian Roulette with 5 out of 6 chambers loaded. If your dream is to be a lawyer, fine and dandy, but don't pursue it all costs. If you can't get in to one of the good schools in Texas, sit it out and retake and increase your chances at a better school, which is a much better use of your time and money.
This isn't debating between Duke and Boston College, or something similar. This is a choice between objectively decent to good schools, and objectively terrible schools.
Although, after having to pay to fix my hot water heater, I am not convinced I should have been a plumber.
The good life of buying pants that might be just an inch too short . . . every man's dream.