In at Thomas jefferson!

I also visited the campus and really fell in love with it.

Are you sure you visited their current location? They sold their old building last year, and they don't currently have a campus. They're renting some floors in an office building downtown, but I agree that the building itself is in a nice spot.

I looked at the career outcomes and they look solid.

Are you sure you were looking at the real numbers at not something they provided you? Check out how they compare with the other two San Diego schools on Law School Transparency.

At Thomas Jefferson, only about 1 in 5 grads get a law job, almost half are underemployed, and only about 1 in 4 pass the bar. Enrollment is down more than 75% in the last 3 years, and there's a real possibility they will lose their ABA accreditation and/or shut down because of insufficient funds.

It's a recipe for disaster, even if it's your only option :(

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