I am planning on attending law school next year (class of 2014) and need to make some decisions. I'm confident I can get into a tier 2 school, and less confident I can get into a tier 1 (I haven't taken the LSAT yet). However I'm 75% sure that after I finish law school, I'll be moving to a different region. I want to know how much difficulty I will have finding a job in (for arguments sake) Seattle with a degree from George Mason, William and Mary or University of Richmond. Would this be a lot easier if I made sure to have a lot of experience on my resume?Thanks in advance
There are BLS alums in SF...House of Blues is owned by one, I believe.
Yea there is no yes or no answers. Law school really is what YOU make of it. If you finish number #1 in your class from Cooley you will have better employment prospects than someone who finishes in the middle of the pack at Gonzaga. Is there a way to know if you will finish #1 in your class? Nope. Will anyone guarantee you will pass the bar from whatever law school you go to? Nope. Even if you do pass the bar will anyone guarantee you a job? Nope. Education in any form is a risk and it might not work out. Take everything you can into consideration before choosing a law school and know that for the most part if you put the work in things will work out.