bigs, Yes, I know that the rankings are suspect at best. However, sometimes perceived reality becomes reality. Recruiters do take them into account. As for my son, he has a different angle as to why he is going to law school and is isn't working for BigLaw. He wants to either open up his own financial planning practice or even work in the tax/financial planning department of a big accounting firm, in which he has an "in."I just wanted to compare these two schools for other folks who might be interested in Florida schools.
Son is school huh........ http://finance.yahoo.com/college-education/article/109991/college-grad-sues-dad-to-cover-student-debt?mod=edu-continuing_education
Quote from: dimenticare la birra farmi alcuni superalcolici on July 04, 2010, 03:58:25 PMSon is school huh........ http://finance.yahoo.com/college-education/article/109991/college-grad-sues-dad-to-cover-student-debt?mod=edu-continuing_educationYes, I think UF would be best;however, unless my son does very well on the LSAT, he won't get into UF. His undergrad GPA was 3.1. Thus, I have somewhat ruled out UF for that reason.
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