Law school is expensive and the choice of where to go is likely the biggest invesment decision that you have yet 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 this show, 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