DOES IT MATTER WHICH LAW SCHOOL YOU ATTEND?| DOES YOUR LAW SCHOOL MATTER?| LAW SCHOOL RANKINGS



DOES IT MATTER WHAT LAW SCHOOL YOU ATTEND?| DOES YOUR LAW SCHOOL MATTER?| LAW SCHOOL RANKINGS #ASPIRINGLAWYERS #JDJOURNEY

Are you applying for law schools? How do you decide which law school to attend? Does it matter which law school you go to? How to choose the right law school? How to get into law school? What are law school rankings? Should you attend a low ranked law school? What about state accredited law schools?

LaRita discusses law school admissions; law school rankings and predatory law schools (do not apply to these law schools). Check it out!

Resources:

ABA approved law schools

Law school accreditation

Law school scams

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9 comments

  1. I'm going to apply to a state accredited law school because it offers a online program and the tuition is extremely low. I hope I benefit from it since it's not aba accredited.

  2. I enjoyed your video, thank you. I attended a state accredited law school and it has served me very well. Since the student body was not subjected to the work limitations that the ABA has on its law schools all of the students I studied with had jobs because most of them had clerkships the entire time. Additionally, a large number of the students I studied with in school had their sights set on law as a second career and had their CPA, MBA, MD and various other designations. So, many of us already had a place in the business community or an area that we planned on specializing. I have found the best law school is typically the school that you have a scholarship or the least expensive school that has been around for a hundred years and has a good number of graduates in the legal community. This was my formula for success. I wish all of you the best in your career aspirations.

  3. Definitely- the school matters as well as the amount of debt the student would incur. I tried to find out what happened to the law school grad who sued Thomas Jefferson School of Law and couldn't find anything about her online– she must've given up on the legal profession. Good thought-provoking video!

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