and New England does pretty well in, well New England.
Why Nova and St. Thomas? Is it because of the tuition?
Quote from: FellowCane on May 13, 2006, 02:14:17 AMWhy Nova and St. Thomas? Is it because of the tuition? Why not?! A lousy law school (read a 4th tier one) should never ever be allowed to charhe more than, say, $15,000 a year in tuition. After all, they're not real law school and should take into account that their graduates may or may not find employment as attorneys.
I'm goign to be going to one of these avoid at all cost law schools and i'm happy with it, and i think i'll be completly fine and have no problem finding a job. As for attrition rates, one thing to consider, a student transfering to a higher teir school will also drive the attrition rate. I would love to know the methodology behind that list by the way.
thanks for the spell check brewha, next time i'll make sure that I profread my posts onto a forum that exists so people can look down on other people besed soley on the reputation of their school. what school do you go mr spell check?