« on: April 24, 2005, 11:37:57 PM »
Not to be offensive, but I don't think that any firm that would do contract work for whirlpool would even consider a graduate from Cooley. I'm assuming that most of there work ir primarily from Vault 100 firms which are known to be prestige whores. Even with the presumed advantage of networking with these firms while at work I still think that it would be nearly impossible to get a job at one of these big law firms because of the known Cooley stigma. You would be better off trying to raise your LSAT score than wasting four years of your life at Cooley.