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January 21, 2015


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Is there variability in the value of a law degree by geography, or are they all worth one million dollars?

terry malloy

"He shows that students with strong LSAT's have significant opportunities to minimize the cost of law school by trading down to a school ranked lower in US News"

Stop. The. Presses.

Next thing you are going to tell me that water is wet.


I found the presentation a little confusing; the analysis presented at the end analyzes affordability of schools by LSAT but beyond a brief description of differences in tuition among different states at the beginning, there is no geographical analysis.

Nathan A

Return on investment is what matters. Paying $50k for a useless degree is worse than $150k for a degree that lets you pay down that debt in a timely manner.

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