I agree, avoid a Tier 4 school at all costs. Schools like Widener Law, take your money, enhance the curve and fail out 25% of students in their first year. Its not worth it. Wait or retake the LSATS or try and get into a better school
Why would a school fail out 25% of their class!?
All we are saying is T4 is better than T0. Why is this such a difficult thing to understand? How does it make you all feel knowing that there are people out there getting law degree's a T4 schools? Angry? Sad? Lonely?
The only people who care about Ivy League schools are people who went to Ivy League schools and that is relatively few people
HOW IGNORANT IS ALL OF THAT? None of that is true I am sure somebody that goes to Georgetown or Harvard does fit that mold perfectly, but the majority do not. Just like there are some tier 4 grads that never get jobs or pass the bar, but just because one person fits the mold does not mean everybody does.
I am not really disputing that, but the person that got me fired up said that tier 4's fail out 25% of the class and that is NOT TRUE. As my tie-raid above says if you go to a tier 4 you should expect an uphill battle. I don't think anybody thinks you will be handed a job from GGU or Cooley you will have to work for it. It can certainly be done, but it will be hard and if you are going to half-ass it then it is really not a good idea. You have to work harder than a Georgetown grad does to succeed in the profession nobody is denying that, but it CAN & IS DONE.