cron1834 wrote:jstep wrote:cron1834 wrote:jstep wrote:In! Being from Southern California I personally feel for the legal market here USC > Vandy > UCLA > UT.
I even suspect USC can help more than Duke Mich and other T10s as far as CA jobs go.
Congrats to the other admits as well!!!
Umm, no. Just stop.
My mistake, I didn't mean in that order. I meant for SoCal placement, USC > UCLA, Vandy, UT
I've gotten into both Vandy and UCLA, so I'm not rationalizing here, fyi. USC Law is known for "hyper-regional" placement in Southern California. The Trojan Network is a real consideration for opportunities in LA county and OC.
No worries, I only meant the Vandy > UCLA bit. I applied to USC and UCLA myself. UCLA seems to have slightly better overall employment numbers than USC, though ...
Ucla doesn't have better employment than USC, in fact if you take away the school provided jobs(meanth to artificialy raise employment stats) USC is better.