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Do Girls Like Guys In T14 Law Schools?

While prospective law students are making their final decisions on where to drop their deposits, some of them have much more than their future legal careers on their minds. Neatly tucked away in our top search terms today — just above people erroneously clicking through hoping to find pornography on a legal website — is perhaps one of the most absurd questions we’ve ever seen.

Screw career outcomes and starting salaries! Prospective law students want to know which prestigious law school will help them get the most tail. Keep reading, because we’ve got an answer for you…

Yes, girls like guys in T14 law schools, and no one is surprised by that. In fact, girls like guys at law schools, in general — especially girls who don’t know it’s damn hard for law school graduates of a certain pedigree to get jobs these days. If they’re only in it for the money, they’re going to be sorely disappointed.

Unfortunately for the many men searching for an answer to this ridiculous question, girls also like guys with social skills. We’re guessing that if you’re scouring the internet to find out if girls will be attracted to you if you go to an elite law school, you may be lacking in that area. Don’t get too discouraged, fellas.

Even if you’re socially awkward, there may be hope for you yet. Usually, men in law school have limited access to the dating pool outside of their own school, and will be forced to date another law student. Due to these slim pickings, when in law school, women’s standards usually resemble something like this:

(1) Do you have a penis?
(2) How drunk am I?

Luckily for you, with everyone wearing law school goggles, you may suddenly rise to the top of the food chain, even if you’re not that good-looking — and if you do, in fact, have a penis. Hooray for you!

So there you have it, the definitive answer to your question: Girls do like guys in T14 law schools. Now get out there and tell some girls you’re going to go to Harvard Law. You’ll be awash in women in no time.

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