Curious whether you'll be able to afford that Audi as general counsel to a hot new start-up? Go to this link:
and readily see just how much bank you'll make at many American law schools.
Look at the glory of it, particularly numbers 3 and 6, just look at it! Really puts things into perspective, doesn't it? With all the naysaying going on, people lose track of just how much money a graduate of a school like Santa Clara or Pepperdine can make when you just totally ignore the negative-nancy bad outcomes.
Even the much-maligned Thomas M. Cooley School of Law has its graduates over six figures, and is clearly a better option than many master's programs. Go ahead and get your masters at Penn or Harvard, asshole.
Other law schools that kick ass: Hofstra (29), Brooklyn (43), American (47), Pace (49), JMLS (62), Baltimore (63), and Seton Hall (85). All of these fine institutions are clearly better than getting an MBA or PhD in virtually any other program. And how!
Even graduates into so-called "public interest" fields will make $60,000 a year. How can you lose?
Still spots available for spring semester, kids. Still spots available.