RLowry23 wrote:Has anyone else even bothered applying?
The morale is high ITT
Nova wrote:newguy2013 wrote:48.6% of Graduates employed at graduation with median public salary being 50k 60k for private industry.
http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandr ... iowa-03059
^^^I can assure you that of the numbers provided above, fewer than about 1/4 of those people are in "real" lawyer jobs with decent salaries.
You can't even quote right. Why should you be trusted?
Snowboarder1588 wrote:I just had a 2nd in review date change. Has anyone kept track of how many date changes they received prior to getting a decision?
typ3 wrote:I still don't know if dropping tuition 16% justifies the employment rate of 48.6% of graduates finding any work. Flip of the coin to even get a positive ROI.
Domke wrote:typ3 wrote:I still don't know if dropping tuition 16% justifies the employment rate of 48.6% of graduates finding any work. Flip of the coin to even get a positive ROI.
Where are you getting 48.6%? According to LST it's 70.8
Domke wrote:Almost every one on this forum understands the state the legal market is in, or if they don't they should.
I'm not sure what more a school can do except reduce tuition and class size. If all schools did that than the legal market would become more stable.
I don't think there are many careers any more that you will be hired before graduation. I am a nurse and supposedly there is a huge demand for nurses (I can't count how many times people told me this when I was in school) yet when I graduated none of us were employed. I was one of the few that was hired in the first three months. When I went to open houses, where hospitals interviewed for new nurses, there was literally hundreds of new graduates applying for one or two jobs. This is the new world we live in now.
jac101689 wrote:So, I'm a bit confused. I was admitted on 11/27, but I still haven't gotten scholarship info. Do you think this is their way of saying "sorry, but at least we're reducing tuition?"
~3.4, 165, btw.
isuperserial wrote:Just received my acceptance!