I recently heard that unless you attend a top 10-15 law school, that the JD is just another humanities degree. He said that many law grads just struggle to find any type of work if they aren't from the national schools.This post was by someone on an education forum who had thousands of posts, so I took it he might know what he's talking about, but figured if he's calling it another humanities degree, he's improperly characterizing it.Further, this person said that the JD is not that all marketable, unless you are a top grad from a top school.Is this the undesirable truth when it comes to law school and job prospects and rankings? Thank you.
What is, then? Relatively speaking, what field/degree helps give you that prospect?
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