Back in October, we told our readers about one Boston-area law school’s exciting new advertising campaign. These days, the best way to promote your law school is by hanging posters in city subway stations that proclaim the strength of the nonexistent job market for law school graduates. Now, just a few months later, the law […]
On Friday, we told you about the administrator at New England Law who embezzled over $170,000. That was the first time Elie had heard of New England Law School, and he thought he knew all of the ABA-accredited law schools. But evidently, he hasn’t taken the “T” (the Boston subway system) in quite awhile. Apparently, regular T passengers know of New England Law. If you are the kind of person who believes subway ads, you might have a totally different impression of New England Law than anybody else….
We’ve all heard how dysfunctional entry-level legal recruiting is: Inordinate expense, decisions made on the briefest of subjective impressions with opacity all around, and what do firms reap for all their efforts? Shocking attrition rates among junior associates. It’s time for a conference on what could work better, and this is it.