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Wondering which is a better degree path between business and law? Poets&Quants shares what author and comedian Paul Ollinger says about it in this short clip from his book, You Should Totally Get An MBA. Did we mention Paul's a Tuck grad?
Should you go to law school? The average debt of a 2012 law-school graduate who took out at least one loan was $84,600 for public school and $122,158 for private school. To determine whether law school is a good investment for you, figure out where you'll end up after graduation. The data offers a clear picture based on which school you attend, and how you rank among your peers. -------------------------------------------------- Follow BI Video on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1oS68Zs Follow BI Video On Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1bkB8qg Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/ -------------------------------------------------- Business Insider is the fastest growing business news site in the US. Our mission: to tell you all you need to know about the big world around you. The BI Video team...
Are you consider Law school or an MBA program? I see many websites and forum posts which try to compare the benefits of a law school JD vs the MBA degree. The reality, however, is that these degrees are very different and distinct and simply cannot be compared. They both serve very specific purposes in the marketplace and it is up to the student to investigate which degree will serve them the best relative to where they see their career over the next few decades.
Top business law graduates are more in demand than ever before, helping businesses and organisations understand and overcome challenges like globalisation, deregulation, competitive forces – and ever-expanding regulation.
Should you go to law school? Tucker Max's blog about Law School http://tuckermax.me/why-you-should-not-go-to-law-school-3/ American Bar Association paper on why you shouldn't go to law school http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/migrated/lsd/legaled/value.authcheckdam.pdf Raul Sabado's yelp http://www.yelp.com/biz/law-offices-of-sabado-and-associates-aplc-claremont?osq=Raul+Sabado
Jesse M. Fried is a Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. In this CERGE-EI interview, Professor Fried discusses his fascination with corporate governance and identifies how bad corporate governance has a serious impact on firm efficiency and helps contribute to economic crises. Professor Fried visited CERGE-EI in January as a Fulbright Specialist. He holds an A.B. and A.M in Economics from Harvard University, and a J.D. magna cum laude from Harvard Law School. His well-known book Pay without Performance: the Unfulfilled Promise of Executive Compensation, co-authored with Lucian Bebchuk, was published in 2004 and has been widely acclaimed by both academics and practitioners
Please vote for me for the VEED Awards for Beste Female Youtuber (Vrouw) here: http://veed.nl/awards/nominaties/ Become part of the #lawfam by subscribing: https://www.youtube.com/user/nappyhairz?sub_confirmation=1 ♡ INFO: In this new Law School Vlog #28 I'm sharing some major things with you. I haven't vlogged for a while, cuz I felt like my life was to hectic to film it (honestly it's still hectic), but I really wanted to share some things I've been thinking about recently. Hope I can inspire you by showing you how i combine my business with studying and my view on happiness and law of attraction in this vlog. I love you guys. Read more about this law school vlog on my blog: http://www.lily-like.com/law-school-vlog-28-how-i-combine-my-business-with-studying-my-view-on-law-of-attracti...
In this video I show you what a week in law school is like. Every week is a bit different, but here are some snippets of what one week for me looked like! THANKS FOR WATCHING! :) Instagram: @lovelynnea All views expressed in this video are my own.
Jan. 26 (Bloomberg Law) -- David Segal, a reporter for the New York Times, talks with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about his series of articles on legal education. David examines the roles played by the US News & World Report law school rankings, the American Bar Association and the schools themselves in a system that seems resistant to change, despite recent difficulties many law graduates have had finding their first jobs.
Hello! This week I will be explaining to you my course of Law and Business. As I didn't have that much information when I started uni, I really wanted to give you an insight of what it's like to study this course and hopefully help students in the future. Hope it's helpful and any questions, please don't hesitate to comment below and I will answer them as soon as I can. Thank you so much to Tarek, Claudia and Bryan for their help in the interviews. You can follow Claudia as she also does videos from Warwick: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCybNpJcnZGUQ2rPNELP-3fA Elizabeth will be here next week with her video from Management. Thank you! Don't forget to like and subscribe ;)
Oh, the people you'll meet...
Alan Devlin, graduate of Business and Legal Studies at UCD talks about how his undergraduate degree became a stepping stone to a career in law. He is now an Associate with Latham and Watkins LLP in San Francisco, after completing a J.D. in Stanford Law School, a J.S.D. and an LL.M. in University of Chicago Law School and spending time as a clerk with two US judges.
I don't give a fuck
About numbers and statistics
I'd rather stay at home
And listen to the Misfits
I'm failing all my tests
My grades are takin' a nose dive
But I decided I don't need you to survive
'Cause I'm a, 'cause I'm a
Business school dropout
'Cause I'm a, 'cause I'm a
Business school dropout
Business school, business school dropout
I ain't got no dad
With a big rich company
That i'll inherit when I finish university
Won't have a heart attack
When stocks go down
Wear a suite and tie
And be another wall street clown
You're stressed at twenty five
and it's no fun to be alive
But what the fuck! You made 'em proud