« on: April 08, 2008, 02:31:20 PM »
Just got back from B&N and saw the new law school rankings. What puzzled me was BU's and BC's employment upon graduation. BU's employment was above 90%, while BC's was at 82%. Now, both schools have very similar PI percentiles and other jobs that employ you once you pass the bar, so I find it very difficult to believe that BC lags so far behind BU in employment upon graduation.
There is also a very interesting matter of "unknowns" - those whose employment status is unknown; BU's "unknown's" are at 12%, while BC's are at 0%. Can it be hat these "unknown's" are responsible for BU"s higher employment percentiles?
If anyone has got any more info or insight into this, please tell me. I'm visiting BU this week, and will attend either school unless my WL's or Cornell comes through, and these employment numbers are making the job of picking a school very difficult.