Quote from: almostlegal on July 13, 2007, 12:23:25 AM Almost half of lawyers come from T3 or T4 schools. Wouldn't pretty much exactly half come from T3 and T4 schools? Or do attrition/bar exam problems factor in.
Almost half of lawyers come from T3 or T4 schools.
Just would like to let everyone who posted in this board know that I got into Seton Hall Law School and I am going to be attending there. I wish I got into Rutgers for financial reasons, but I am very happy with No. 66 in the country! For months I was down and out about my numbers, but dedication to the law really paid off. I have had about 4 law related internships in the courts around New Jersey. I really appreciate everyones honest opinions on this board.
Dont go to law school. Youll thank me
please don't feed the TTTs don't apply; let serious applicants have a tad bit more breathing room in this crowded closet
Quote from: LSATie- on July 11, 2007, 12:02:08 AMDont go to law school. Youll thank meI get really tired of reading posts like these. Just because you have an average score doesn't mean you will not enjoy a legal career. And you do not have to get at least a 160 to be personally successful in law school and beyond. Sure, someone going to a T3 school may not make six figures upon graduation, but maybe that is not the reason he/she chose to go to law school. This board is turning me off more and more... perhaps that is why there are so few people on here like me who are going somewhere besides a tier one. Out of my 6 legal internships during undergrad, my most memorable and the one I learned the most from was with an attorney who graduated from Cooley. He enjoyed every minute of coming into work and at the end of the day, he was definitely NOT starving.A 153 will not limit your abilities nor will it mean you will be unhappy in your career choice. It does not mean you should not go to law school. There is so much more one can do with a law degree besides bragging about what ranking their law school placed and about how much money they make.
BTW OP, have you considered Cooley?