Total Members Voted: 6
Voting closed: June 26, 2004, 11:43:28 AM
| Denver | Seton Hall | Nova SE | St. ThomasNew England: | 1 % | 2 % | - | 1.9 % Middle Atlantic: | 1 % | 87 % | 2.44 % | 2.8 % East North Central: | 2 % | 2 % | 0.48 % | 1.5 %West North Central: | 3 % | - | - | -South Atlantic: | 5 % | 4 % | 95.12 % | 98.5 %East South Central: | 1 % | - | 0.98 % | -West South Central: | 2 % | 1 % | - | -Mountain: | 81 % | 1 % | 0.98 % | -Pacific: | 3 % | 1 % | - | -Non-US: | 1 % | - | - | -
I couldn't disagree with you any more. I didn't realize a 2L had all the answers. Like I said in many posts before, I don't plan on transferring - it was just an idea and a REAL option, not a dream. That is why I would attend University of Denver or Seton Hall before Florida Coastal. Do you not think I have friends who are attending or have attended law school? Maybe you have a bleak outlook on the job market. I have many friends who came out of FSU and UF and even Nova who are definitely not scrapping for jobs...lol..I just think a T2 school would place better - thats all. I am just tired of the "T1 know it alls" on this board who offer to give a real dose of reality in their pessimistic view; which in reality all it is a skewed perception of life. There are some on this board who tell it like it is and also offer a positive view. Thanks to those. But to the rest of you guys - you are the reason their are paranoid 1L students and the wave of bs rumors and false propoganda that circulates like cow droppings. It stinks and no one wants to be around it. And if the future outlook is that bad, maybe you should decide on a career change.PS - This was typed after an evening of drinking...so I apologize in advance for the whirlwind this may cause:)
You can show me all the data you want but you spin remarks to suite yourself and to avoid the statements. Or maybe your not avoiding them, your just not getting it? Here it goes in lamens terms: Obviously more students will place in south Florida coming from Saint Thomas or Nova than Seton Hall or University of Denver. This will be true based solely on the geographic area. It makes sense that going to school in south Florida, the law school students will stay in south Florida post graudation and enter the job market. Now here is the kicker, listen up. But there are some, few, yet some, students like myself who will come back to Florida from the University of Denver or Seton Hall or St. Johns or Indiana U. Believe it or not, after graduation one has the choice to practice wherever he or she has that said desire. Those of us who do come back from these far distant schools, will be much more highly recruited in the job market and hired before a graduate from Nova or St. Thomas.
d**mn... I know I said I was out of this... and I hate myself for going back on my word... I just wanted to post this excerpt from LSC:click the thumbnail