Ha ha. You know what I meant. At any law school you go to, your employment prospects won't be great if you just slack off and end up low in the class rank.I was saying that Wash&Lee may not have the same pull as USC or UCLA, but if he's in the top 20% of the class I would think he'd be fine in California. I didn't mean to imply it will be easy to be in the top 20%, but I would think that would be enough.Andrea
I cracked up when i heard a current 1L tell my roommate at the Mirage Saturday night "you need to come here cause the guys are tools".
Also, can anyone help me from a CA perspective. Cause i plan on coming back here to work. They kept saying how this guy Klinedinst can hook you up easy with a job. But the guy has a starting salary of 80K! Here in LA, thats less than out of work homeless beggars make. I made almost that much working just out of college!!!Will i be able to compete against SC and UCLA kids for the standard 125K jobs out here.
Quote from: ronin3782 on March 23, 2005, 04:00:58 PMI cracked up when i heard a current 1L tell my roommate at the Mirage Saturday night "you need to come here cause the guys are tools".Are you serious? lol, I didn't hear it.ronin, their number one state was cali for incoming students (or so they said). i'd imagine that even if W&L wasn't pulling huge numbers of placements there, that if the recent grads perform well, they'd be very receptive to more grads.Anyway, the numbers are a bit of a concern to me, but I think it's like the Michigan syndrome, where people self-select to a lot of lower paying markets, like the Birmingham example. I'd imagine top 25 to 50 percent should be okay.
thast kind of my worry too- except philly area instead of cal (i want to stay in the northeast after school)