None of these schools are "better" than U of M. Listen, kid: your rank at these schools is FAR FAR FAR FAR FAR more important than the school's rank.
Outside of the "national" schools, it's important to pick a school AFTER researching your desired market. Find some firms where you would like to work in the DC area and read their attorney profiles to see which schools are well-represented. If you'd like to work in a gov't agency, find some lawyers who work there and speak to them. Rank doesn't really matter in these cases as much as "will this school position me to find a job in my market?"
Quote from: Freely Give Leave to Amend on December 26, 2008, 03:53:32 PMNone of these schools are "better" than U of M. Listen, kid: your rank at these schools is FAR FAR FAR FAR FAR more important than the school's rank.I was speaking in terms of ranking, ofcourse thats doesnt mean that is necessarly the truth in reality when I say none of these schools are not "better" than UMD. Are you saying, I should be more concerned with where I rank amongst the students therefore I should go to a school where I rank among the top? I am trying to figure out what you meant exactly. If that's what you meant I am thinking about that too because you got a poin there.