Don't believe that people who go to Cooley are not getting jobs because honestly, nobody is getting jobs right now but that will change in time.
Quote from: Bill Amadeo on August 22, 2010, 09:32:08 AMDon't believe that people who go to Cooley are not getting jobs because honestly, nobody is getting jobs right now but that will change in time.I'm not trying to bash Cooley, but I'd like to point out that "nobody is getting jobs right now" is an exaggeration. Students at top law schools are still getting jobs at large firms the way they were before the economy imploded. Of course, that's not a Cooley-specific point.
The one piece of advice I'll give you right now is not to believe everything you read about Cooley whether it be good or bad.People have agendas.
John, logic fail?
The point is that people from ALL law schools are having issues finding work.
where you go to school does not determine what kind of lawyer you're going to be and no law school is cheap
Babylawyer, I respect your opinion but I'll tell you right now that I have two "Friends" (A term I use loosely with these two) who graduated from an Ivy League School who got plush jobs and then were fired within 4 months of their employment not because they couldn't handle the work but because of restructuring in the firm, I.E. People with 5 years experience are willing to work for what people out of law school are willing to work for.