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February 19, 2005

Does Law School Rank Determine Success?

Anayat Durrani, writing for LawCrossing, considers whether law school rank determines career success in BigLaw. [link via JD2B] The answer? Yes, and no, leading once more to the apparently universal bit of advice:
“The bottom-line advice I would offer is this: go to the best school to which you are admitted and do as well as you can academically. All this will help in landing the first job. After that, it's what you individually can bring to the marketplace,” said Mr. Wiley.
Related: Ambivalent Imbroglio offers more thoughts in school rank and other factors to consider when choosing a school.

Posted by mowabb at February 19, 2005 10:59 AM

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