Law school applicants face a difficult decision in deciding where to go to school. Law school is expensive and making the choice where to go is one of the biggest investment decisions many applicants have ever had to face. Should you opt for a school near where you want to live and work or the school with a high ranking or big national name? How do you calculate the return on your investment? Will the regional schools get you where you want to go, or do you need a national law school to meet your career goals?
In our new podcast, Regional or National Law Schools: Selecting the Right School for You, representatives from different schools talk about the challenges – and the benefits – of getting your law degree locally or at a more national school, a consultant tells you what recruiters are thinking, and our guests give you tips for whichever path you choose to guide you to success.
- Sari Zimmerman, Assistant Dean, Career & Professional Development, UC Hastings College of Law
- Fran V. Bouchoux, Associate Dean for Academic and Student Services, Rutgers School of Law, Newark
- Susan L. Krinsky, Associate Dean, Dean of Admissions, Financial Aid & Career Development, Tulane University Law School
- Andy Cornblatt, Dean of Admissions, Georgetown University Law Center
- Brian Dalton, Director, Research & Consulting, Vault.com
Listen to the full show to hear more!