The ABA needs to do something about these t3 and t4 schools, as well as something about posters like Keno. I think its irresponsible to encourage people to apply to TTT schools when they face such intimindating odds in getting a decent job after graduation.Obviously there are the ocasional TTT grad at the top jobs and firms. These people are usually the editor of the TTT Law Review. Anecdotal stories about "that TTT guy at a v100 " don't compensate for the fact that at least 95% of TTT graduates will never sniff biglaw nor any job that pays well.Obviously pay isnt the most important things when evaluating success or a job but it isn't something to take for granted. Not when your TTT costs the same as a t1 school. If I pay Porsche prices I don't want some piece of crap KIA.Oh yeah, btw, public interest jobs are competitive as well. At least the good and interesting ones are. If you're in NYC, the average TTT JD will probably end up working for ACS making 27 thousand a year. Which is a damn shame cuz NYC children deserve better attorneys than some average TTT grad.
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come on you guys, RenaldoBalkman is obvious a flame who dosn't merit responses. he probably leaked over from jdjive.
But the fact that you have 19 posts, all in this thread, does.jsia.