firms with 25 people or more, so in other words solo practioners don't exist. thats interesting.
Compare Cooley to T4s. Arg.
Quote from: Nova Juris on May 08, 2012, 08:30:00 AMfirms with 25 people or more, so in other words solo practioners don't exist. thats interesting.Federal clerkships?! So, in other words, state clerkships, ALJ clerkships, specialty court clerkships, shitlaw jobs, etc. don't exist?People who were unemployed nine months after graduation?! So, people who were unemployed 1 year after graduation don't exist?That's interesting.Look, guy. The stats are there - I linked to them. I don't have the time to sit here and post stats all day to appease you. I've cut and pasted the Stanford/Cooley comparison right off of Professor Paul Campos' website. I got bitched at because it was a comparison between Cooley (a school that "everyone knows sucks" - but yet, the OP is willing to take a chance on) and one of the top schools in the nation. So, I crunched the numbers and posted the same stats with Cooley vs. two Tier 2s. Again, I get bitched at - this time, because I could have posted other stats, but I didn't. Why don't you stop whining and post your own stats if you don't like what I've posted? I think the stats speak for themselves. If you believe that Cooley places better in the solo market, BY ALL MEANS, post the stats. Someone will then complain that you didn't consider firms with > 300 attorneys, with > 5 attorneys, with > 10 attorneys, with > 2 attorneys.
Then say T4s and don't single out Cooley. . .
One question: Has law school transparency updated? Last I checked, in 2011 I think, they stopped at 2009.Also, notice that Cooley isn't on top of this list....ha.