tirakon wrote:Take, for example, the number of HLS and SLS graduates at Williams and Connolly or at Covington DC.
At both firms, HLS grads outnumber SLS grads far more than 3 to 1.
Those are just two I looked at offhand. I'd expect the numbers to be similar at other coveted DC firms.
Now that I reread your post, I realize I may have misread it. Are you only referring to Fed Gov jobs in DC, or listing it among others?
If the former, than I'm not sure, but even grads I know who went into Fed Gov jobs from Stanford have told me that Harvard places just as well. Although that's obviously just anecdotal.
I am generally skeptical of the Stanford argument that there network is much stronger because of it's smaller size. But that's just me.
Yeah, I am too. I'm just going back and forth between the two, and see good and bad in both. I just don't know which I actually want, or whether one school is considerably better than the other. Hmhmhmhm
And I was listing it among others.