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Re: William & Mary c/o 2016 Applicants (2012-2013)

Post by wannabelawstudent » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:43 pm

2012Lsatscore wrote:Black Tuesday guys. See you tomorrow.
Not necessarily, I dunno where you got the noon time, but here's what I found:

2012 - 2:04 pm Eastern
2011 - 1:23 pm Eastern
2010 - 4:14 pm Eastern

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Re: William & Mary c/o 2016 Applicants (2012-2013)

Post by 2012Lsatscore » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:51 pm

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Post by wannabelawstudent » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:56 pm

Right yeah, I don't think it will be today. But, I mean, look at the times in that thread, granted I was just saying 2 hours later which is just about passed anyways, but is there a chance you don't have the forum set to the right time (I didn't for a while and was an hour off).

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Re: William & Mary c/o 2016 Applicants (2012-2013)

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Re: William & Mary c/o 2016 Applicants (2012-2013)

Post by ironbmike » Tue Mar 26, 2013 9:31 am

I thought W&M didn't employ graduates? Or at least it didn't for the 2011 class. Now for the 2012 class there is a huge increase in full time, long term, bar required jobs (55% up to 74%), but it looks like 41 of those are funded by the university? That drops the number to 53%...

http://law.wm.edu/careerservices/docume ... ummary.pdf

Why does W&M have such terrible numbers? Richmond has better employment numbers!

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Re: William & Mary c/o 2016 Applicants (2012-2013)

Post by lhanvt13 » Tue Mar 26, 2013 9:51 am

ironbmike wrote:I thought W&M didn't employ graduates? Or at least it didn't for the 2011 class. Now for the 2012 class there is a huge increase in full time, long term, bar required jobs (55% up to 74%), but it looks like 41 of those are funded by the university? That drops the number to 53%...

http://law.wm.edu/careerservices/docume ... ummary.pdf

Why does W&M have such terrible numbers? Richmond has better employment numbers!
Where are you getting ur school funded? It says 0 for me

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Re: William & Mary c/o 2016 Applicants (2012-2013)

Post by wannabelawstudent » Tue Mar 26, 2013 9:52 am

lhanvt13 wrote:
ironbmike wrote:I thought W&M didn't employ graduates? Or at least it didn't for the 2011 class. Now for the 2012 class there is a huge increase in full time, long term, bar required jobs (55% up to 74%), but it looks like 41 of those are funded by the university? That drops the number to 53%...

http://law.wm.edu/careerservices/docume ... ummary.pdf

Why does W&M have such terrible numbers? Richmond has better employment numbers!
Where are you getting ur school funded? It says 0 for me
He incorrectly linked the wrong report

http://law.wm.edu/careerservices/employ ... /index.php

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Re: William & Mary c/o 2016 Applicants (2012-2013)

Post by InBetweenDays » Tue Mar 26, 2013 9:54 am

wannabelawstudent wrote:
lhanvt13 wrote:
ironbmike wrote:I thought W&M didn't employ graduates? Or at least it didn't for the 2011 class. Now for the 2012 class there is a huge increase in full time, long term, bar required jobs (55% up to 74%), but it looks like 41 of those are funded by the university? That drops the number to 53%...

http://law.wm.edu/careerservices/docume ... ummary.pdf

Why does W&M have such terrible numbers? Richmond has better employment numbers!
Where are you getting ur school funded? It says 0 for me
He incorrectly linked the wrong report

http://law.wm.edu/careerservices/employ ... /index.php
US News 2014 Report says that 21% of graduates are employed at university funded positions after graduation.

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Re: William & Mary c/o 2016 Applicants (2012-2013)

Post by lhanvt13 » Tue Mar 26, 2013 9:55 am

wannabelawstudent wrote:
lhanvt13 wrote:
ironbmike wrote:I thought W&M didn't employ graduates? Or at least it didn't for the 2011 class. Now for the 2012 class there is a huge increase in full time, long term, bar required jobs (55% up to 74%), but it looks like 41 of those are funded by the university? That drops the number to 53%...

http://law.wm.edu/careerservices/docume ... ummary.pdf

Why does W&M have such terrible numbers? Richmond has better employment numbers!
Where are you getting ur school funded? It says 0 for me
He incorrectly linked the wrong report

http://law.wm.edu/careerservices/employ ... /index.php
Good Jesus that's a lot

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Re: William & Mary c/o 2016 Applicants (2012-2013)

Post by ironbmike » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:14 am

lhanvt13 wrote:
wannabelawstudent wrote:
lhanvt13 wrote:
ironbmike wrote:I thought W&M didn't employ graduates? Or at least it didn't for the 2011 class. Now for the 2012 class there is a huge increase in full time, long term, bar required jobs (55% up to 74%), but it looks like 41 of those are funded by the university? That drops the number to 53%...

http://law.wm.edu/careerservices/docume ... ummary.pdf

Why does W&M have such terrible numbers? Richmond has better employment numbers!
Where are you getting ur school funded? It says 0 for me
He incorrectly linked the wrong report

http://law.wm.edu/careerservices/employ ... /index.php
Good Jesus that's a lot
Sorry yeah meant to link this one: http://law.wm.edu/careerservices/docume ... 0FINAL.pdf

I mean, 53%? That worries me.

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Post by wannabelawstudent » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:19 am

Thanks for pointing that out (by the way Richmond does NOT have better numbers).

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Post by ironbmike » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:24 am

wannabelawstudent wrote:Thanks for pointing that out (by the way Richmond does NOT have better numbers).
Not by much, but I think they're at 59%. However W&M has a much larger regional pull whereas Richmond is very local.

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Post by InBetweenDays » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:28 am

ironbmike wrote:
wannabelawstudent wrote:Thanks for pointing that out (by the way Richmond does NOT have better numbers).
Not by much, but I think they're at 59%. However W&M has a much larger regional pull whereas Richmond is very local.
Opinion of national reach for Wake as compared to W&M?

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Post by wannabelawstudent » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:29 am

ironbmike wrote:
wannabelawstudent wrote:Thanks for pointing that out (by the way Richmond does NOT have better numbers).
Not by much, but I think they're at 59%. However W&M has a much larger regional pull whereas Richmond is very local.
Richmond hasn't released their class of 2012 data yet.

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Post by ironbmike » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:31 am

wannabelawstudent wrote:
ironbmike wrote:
wannabelawstudent wrote:Thanks for pointing that out (by the way Richmond does NOT have better numbers).
Not by much, but I think they're at 59%. However W&M has a much larger regional pull whereas Richmond is very local.
Richmond hasn't released their class of 2012 data yet.
True. But I'm using 2011. W&M actually went down in 2012, perhaps Richmond did too.

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Post by ironbmike » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:32 am

InBetweenDays wrote:
ironbmike wrote:
wannabelawstudent wrote:Thanks for pointing that out (by the way Richmond does NOT have better numbers).
Not by much, but I think they're at 59%. However W&M has a much larger regional pull whereas Richmond is very local.
Opinion of national reach for Wake as compared to W&M?
Not sure, I haven't looked at Wake. W&M doesn't have a huge national pull but regionally it does. ~35% of grads end up in VA, and ~35% end up in the surrounding states.

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Re: William & Mary c/o 2016 Applicants (2012-2013)

Post by bamdog » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:33 am

InBetweenDays wrote:
ironbmike wrote:
wannabelawstudent wrote:Thanks for pointing that out (by the way Richmond does NOT have better numbers).
Not by much, but I think they're at 59%. However W&M has a much larger regional pull whereas Richmond is very local.
Opinion of national reach for Wake as compared to W&M?
i would say from all ive learned about wake it might be more of a southeast regional school, not so much of a national school. their admissions staff is very nice and they have a beautiful campus though if these things are important to you. but honestly im not sure how much of a national reach W&M really has either.

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Post by wannabelawstudent » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:36 am

ironbmike wrote:
True. But I'm using 2011. W&M actually went down in 2012, perhaps Richmond did too.
You're probably unaware of this, but for the Class of 2012 they change the way schools have to report their employment data. Where as for the class of 2011 they had the option for the old way vs new way. So it's not an increase in school funded jobs as just being accurately reported.

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Post by ironbmike » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:37 am

wannabelawstudent wrote:
ironbmike wrote:
True. But I'm using 2011. W&M actually went down in 2012, perhaps Richmond did too.
You're probably unaware of this, but for the Class of 2012 they change the way schools have to report their employment data. Where as for the class of 2011 they had the option for the old way vs new way. So it's not an increase in school funded jobs as just being accurately reported.
Oh interesting. How does it affect the numbers? What is the change?

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Re: William & Mary c/o 2016 Applicants (2012-2013)

Post by wannabelawstudent » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:42 am

ironbmike wrote:
wannabelawstudent wrote:
ironbmike wrote:
True. But I'm using 2011. W&M actually went down in 2012, perhaps Richmond did too.
You're probably unaware of this, but for the Class of 2012 they change the way schools have to report their employment data. Where as for the class of 2011 they had the option for the old way vs new way. So it's not an increase in school funded jobs as just being accurately reported.
Oh interesting. How does it affect the numbers? What is the change?
Well I mean, like you posted, they didn't have to post any information regarding school funded jobs last year. Where as this year they do. Also other data, like JD required, law firm size etc etc. More emphasis on full time long term legal jobs.

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Post by ironbmike » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:44 am

wannabelawstudent wrote:
ironbmike wrote:
wannabelawstudent wrote:
ironbmike wrote:
True. But I'm using 2011. W&M actually went down in 2012, perhaps Richmond did too.
You're probably unaware of this, but for the Class of 2012 they change the way schools have to report their employment data. Where as for the class of 2011 they had the option for the old way vs new way. So it's not an increase in school funded jobs as just being accurately reported.
Oh interesting. How does it affect the numbers? What is the change?
Well I mean, like you posted, they didn't have to post any information regarding school funded jobs last year. Where as this year they do. Also other data, like JD required, law firm size etc etc. More emphasis on full time long term legal jobs.

http://advisein.wordpress.com/2011/07/2 ... pplicants/
Ah yes I see. Well regardless, there are some really poor numbers out there.

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Post by wannabelawstudent » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:49 am

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Ah yes I see. Well regardless, there are some really poor numbers out there.
Right, I was just shocked at the Richmond comment. Based on the USNWR data they aren't even close.

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Re: William & Mary c/o 2016 Applicants (2012-2013)

Post by ironbmike » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:58 am

wannabelawstudent wrote:
ironbmike wrote:
Ah yes I see. Well regardless, there are some really poor numbers out there.
Right, I was just shocked at the Richmond comment. Based on the USNWR data they aren't even close.
I still think Richmond is higher, no? http://www.lstscorereports.com/?r=va

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