Would you agree that the students in this class are probably in an incidental, bizarrely good position? I can't see how they will have ANY unemployed and seeking students in a class of 28. The career services dept would have to be egregiously inept, wouldn't it?!
IDK, might have some weird implications for grading and what not.
In a class of 28, I can't see how grades would even matter. Even though it's a shiTTTTy school, it's hard to imagine that an ABA accredited school, through its career services, faculty, alumni, random ass connections, and whatever else, could fail to find a whopping 28 jobs within 10 months of the 2020 class' graduation - even if the jobs are mostly shitlaw, I'm sure they can scrounge up 28 of them. I'd be baffled if that class had less than a 90% FTLT employment score - and it should be 100.
Hell, if they can send 6 kids to a large firm, they will be comfortably over 20% for biglaw lol - comparable to schools like Georgia and Alabama!
This is obviously a train wreck, I'm just noting that the kids in that class may experience a bizarre twist of fortune.