Dude, I'm working at v25 firm. Get over yourself. Just because I don't share your love for the TTT's doesn't mean I'm a flame.Dude, I was a millionaire before 25. Grats on being a paper jockey at a good firm. Quite frankly, I don't believe for a second you work at any decent firm or go to any decent school, you show the typical signs of a high school schmuck trying to be cool on teh intarweb.
I don't want others to follow your example of going to a TTT and paying full tuition.Why not? The more people that go to a T3, the more outstanding your background would be. It would make you win at life! Why do you give a sh*t where other people study or work anyway? You just have such a compassion for your fellow humans you need to enlighten them with your stunning intellect?
Don't believe me, checkout the NALP directory for employers who visit any given TTT for OCI.Howard University has 500+ visits. Last time I checked, Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Colubmia, NYU and UMich were the only ones showing more visits.
I didn't want to keep going with this but whatever. First of all, I do go to a decent school, I'd even say that my school is a "super reach" for one such as yourself (mediocre GPA, so-so LSAT).
Second, I think its funny htat you think I'm in High School when you're not even in school and have no idea about securing a biglaw job. I'm not assuming you won't get one but right now you have no experience to back your arguments up.
Thirdly, I'm not trying to be an intellectual snob or some kindof elitist, I'm concerned with potential income versus debt. Think about how hard it will be to pay back $150,000 in debt if you are making 50-60K. There are easier ways to make money then becoming a lawyer with a TTT degree.
Fourth, your Howard example shows how poor your logical reasoning and writing skills are. Sure Howard gets a lot of employers for OCI, but the vast majority of TTT schools get fewer than 100. Nice job citing the exception rather than the norm.
Why don't you tell me what schools you're applying to Keno. As far as I can tell you will probably be going to St. John's or Hofstra. And if you want biglaw only the top 10% will make it from there. So you tell me if you think those odds are worth spending 150,000 dollars on.