Yesterday, Prof. Brophy of UNC published his list of underrated law schools and, there to take the scrumptious bait, is Natalie Kitroeff.
Brophy’s simple accounting looks at students’ employment outcomes, their median scores on the Law School Admission Test, and the number of citations that a school’s law review receives.KISS: Keep It Stupidly Silly.
Can't think of anything he missed; it's not like Brophy left any $264,000 questions unanswered.
You'll have to go to the link to see the full list, but let me just say that any law school ranking that includes Albany is a good ranking in my book.
What’s more, Brophy found that in the middle of the pool—schools ranked from 15 to 150 on his list—there wasn’t very much variation in performance.“The difference between a Toyota Corolla and a Nissan Sentra isn’t that great. That’s the analogy I would make,” says Brophy.
Why, yes, similarly-priced, efficient, compact Japanese compact sedans that revolutionized the American auto market. The perfect analogy in oh so many ways, such as the monthly payments being super-affordable and that people who drive gas-guzzling luxury degrees will be super-jealous.
Why, indeed, I notice many lawyers choose to drive early 2000s Toyota Carollas even though they obviously could afford a much better ride with that million-dollar Campbell Law degree.