First off cali, quit watching so much law and order. The majority of the law is handled through paper, not through a courtroom. Also, even trial lawyers are generally making their points in the form of briefs, not some song and dance routine in front of a trial judge. Maybe if you are chasing ambulances, but even then, it's going to be more about settlements and negotiations and there is a reason why the companies the little guy sues are represented by mega firms and not by Average Joe Attorney.
Second, it's "ridiculous" not "rediculous," thanks for furthering my point.
My points are good points and I even lightened up on my tone just to get across what rings true throughout the legal profession. Obviously you are defensive because you go to a T3 or T4 and maybe you do or don't have something lined up after graduation. I hope that you become the exception and make millions. All I'm saying is that 90% of the time, T3/T4 grads are in far less favorable position than those that graduate from higher ranked schools.
I really hate when I agree with 2Lman. It actually pains me in a way. Nonetheless, I think he's right. There are, of course, many exceptions to the rule - a lot of the people at T3 and T4 schools are there because they made mistakes in the past. I don't think they should be punished by us just because they didn't have a high enough UGPA.
Also, 2Lman - lay off on the spelling errors - all of us make mistakes, and I'm sure he knows how to spell ridiculous.
Third, I still have no clue what a PCP is. And, 2Lman, your school doesn't outrank me, so please avoid calling me stupid.