Last week, we polled 1Ls, 2Ls, and 3Ls, asking members of each class to let us know whteher, in this sour economy, they had jobs lined up for next year. The results are in. To the extent that the students who responded to our polling are representative of the student body at large, the results are sobering: a significant percentage of students at Boston College Law School have not yet secured employment for the coming year. Indeed, by our estimates (and with the previously stated assumption about the representativeness of poll-ees), almost half of all 1Ls are still looking for jobs. See the exact percentages after the jump.Read more
By Jesse Stellato, April 3, 2008
How do you feel about the process used to select this year’s commencment speaker? Earlier this week, Eagleionline asked students, alumni, and members of the faculty, staff and administration of Boston College Law School a series of questions through Eagleionline about BC Law’s commencement ceremonies in general and the 2008 ceremony in particular.
Yesterday, Eagleionline analyzed the quantiative component of the survey, which asked “Do you support having attorney General Mukasey speak at this year’s commencement?”
In addition, Eagleionline analyzed the survey’s first optional open-ended question: “What quality or qualities do you look for in a commencement speaker?”
Today, we survey the answers to the second open-ended question: “ How do you feel about the process used to select this year’s commencment speaker?” More below the fold…Read more