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Probably because Cooley is the rare TTT that recognizes from the start that it's extremely unlikely for their graduates to get jobs at real firms, and thus will be proportionately more likely to hang a shingle out of desperation.
(For the record, Cooley grads have a greater chance at unemployment than they do of scoring work as a lawyer._
I hear this a lot from students of other law schools. Is Cooley the only one that teaches law office managment and accounting for lawyers along with pretrail skills, trial skills andthe basic ability to survive?
Applying to the top 14 schools. Which will I get into