The most important thing to pay attention to is the hierarchy in the area you want to work. If you want to work in the Twin Cities area, it goes like this: UMinnesota > William Mitchell > St. Thomas > HamlineIf you want to work in Philly it's Penn >>>Temple/Villanova>Rutgers-Camden>>WidenerYou run into more problems when you get to markets like San Francisco that have heaps of law schools and where the market is something like Stanford> Berkeley> UC Davis > UC Hastings, etc. and you're still in the 1st tier.So your main concern is what potential the law school in question has at getting you a job where you actually want to work. Don't go halfway across the country to some random Tier 2 school just because it's the highest ranked one (according to US News) to accept you.
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