you pretty much need to go to a T20 law school and, even then, you need to be in the top 25% at that T20.
I'm at a T20 and for us it's Top 25%. But thank you for condescending.
Quote I'm at a T20 and for us it's Top 25%. But thank you for condescending. I'm sorry if I came off condescending- though I think you must have misunderstood my post if you were offended by it. All I was saying is that what someone needs for NYC biglaw is going to vary from school to school even within the top 20- and that a blanket statement about the required class rank isn't going to be accurate. Nowhere did I imply that the OP would be in any way considering Yale as an option. It was merely to show that top 25% isn't a constant variable. I also didn't imply that there were not schools where top 25% was the cutoff.
Regardless of what you meant, the figure was misleading without elaboration- and your second post further confused the matter. Assuming that nobody thinking of going to a state school could possibly be qualified to go to an elite school- now that's condescending. *Now deep breaths people* Finals will be over in a few weeks.