The prospects for law school graduates have rarely been so tenuous. Today's legal job market can't guarantee a six-figure starting salary for graduates of the best law schools. never mind for those whose schools are toward the bottom of the list. You might suspect students would be pretty nervous about attending a fourth-tier school in this economy, but here's the surprise: Like a number of lower-ranked schools, San Francisco's Golden Gate University School of law-and its 662 students-seem to be doing just fine. In fact, the campus, situated on the edge of the city's financial district, is thriving in these tough times.
Davis, Susan E., "Pipeline to the Profession: How Golden Gate University's law school succeeds in hard times" (2010). Articles About GGU Law. 4.
California Lawyer, June 2010, p. 20.