Tuesday, March 18, 2014
First Tier Road Apple: University of North Carolina School of Law
Tuition: North Carolina residents attending this public toilet on a full-time basis will be charged $22,215 in tuition and fees - for the 2013-2014 school year. Full-time, out-of-state students will be ass-raped at the rate of $38,846, for the current academic year. It’s great to see that these “educators” are looking out for their students’ best interests, right?!?!
Total Cost of Attendance: According to this same document, other costs will amount to an additional $22,768. As such, the total estimated COA for in-state residents is listed as $44,983 - whereas non-residents will face a budget of $61,614. Again, this is for one damn year! Keep in mind that the bitches and hags base their estimates on a nine month calendar - in order to present a lower price tag.
Since actual law students will require living expenses over the full year, we will pro-rate the following items: room and board; travel; and miscellaneous costs. Books/supplies and insurance will remain unchanged. After making these adjustments, we reach the following, more accurate total figures for the current year: $51,671 for full-time, in-state residents and $68,302 for out-of-state suckers enrolled full-time. Who wouldn’t jump at this tremendous deal, huh?!?!
Ranking: Vagina Bob Morse of US “News” & World Report rates the University of North Carolina Sewer of Law as the 31st greatest, most phenomenal, and amazing law school in the entire nation. Hell, it only shares this distinction with four other ABA-accredited, diploma mills, i.e. Arizona State, Ohio State, Wisconsin and Wake Forest.
Published Employment Placement Statistics: There were a total of 248 members of the UNC $chool of Law Class of 2013. Of that amount, 206 found employment within nine months of graduation. Eight people did not bother to report their status to the garbage heap. Five grads were pursuing another graduate degree, while 23 were unemployed and seeking and eight more were not searching for jobs.
This means that a mere 85% of this cohort was employed within the nine month mark, i.e. 204/240. Remember that this number includes those working in non-law positions, as well as those employed in part-time or temporary jobs. If you earned a law degree from this dung pit - and are working at PetSmart or selling insurance policies - then you are considered “employed” for the purpose of this summary.
Furthermore, the pigs hired nine of their own graduates from this class. Doing so, the rodents increased their placement rate by 3.75 percent. Then again, the swine may have done so because they care so much about their former students. Also note that of the 106 grads who found law firm employment, only 26 were hired by offices of more than 500 attorneys. In sum, your chance of landing such a position - at the 31st best law school in the country - is roughly 10.5%, i.e. 26/248.
Average Law Student Indebtedness: USN&WR lists the average law student indebtedness - for those members of the Univer$ity of North Carolina $chool of Law Class of 2013 who incurred debt for law school - as $92,726. In fact, 81 percent of this commode’s 2013 class took on such toxic debt. Remember that this figure does not include undergraduate debt – and it also does not take accrued interest into account, while the student is enrolled.
Journal Opportunities: As a law student at UNC, you will have a shot at writing onto the “world-renowned” North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology. From the commode’s description:
The North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology (“NC JOLT”) was founded in 1999 at the University of North Carolina School of Law. Our mission is to provide legal scholarship focusing on the many intersections between law and technology. We define technology very broadly, covering issues in intellectual property law, cyberspace law, environmental law, criminal law, health law, privacy law, and any other subject area where the sciences and law converge.
Now in its fifteenth volume, NC JOLT has gained national recognition as one of the top intellectual property journals in the country, according to Patently-O. As a student-run journal, we take pride in producing influential legal scholarship. NC JOLT publishes one print and one online edition at the end of each academic semester. Both editions feature full-length professional articles submitted to the journal, as well as student-written comments and recent developments prepared by our staff.”
Legal employers and beautiful women will climb all over you, if you mention that you are a student editor of this publicaTTTion! [Disclaimer: nothing of the sort will happen, simpleton.]
Conclusion: In the final analysis, the University of North Carolina Sewer of Law is a grossly overpriced, rancid pile of horse droppings. Don’t forget that nearly one-fifth of the last graduating class did not take out a single dime in student loans for this academic credential. If you are not from a wealthy family, then you are at a severe disadvantage with these kids. You will essentially be required to incur an additional $120K-$140K in NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt - and compete against these young men and women for the available good jobs. Good luck with that task, dumbass.
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