Date: July 9th, 2012 10:51 PM
Author: :D (handsome, sociable, charismatic, would make a good husband, dawg)
Far more graduates have gone into business than law; many, like Mr. Wasserstein, switch to business.
Lawrence Golub, chief executive of the Golub Capital investment firm, said that the vast majority of graduates end up in business rather than law because of the earnings potential and the quality of life. “One learns that the life of associate at a big corporate law firm is demanding, unpleasant and not as lucrative as what you can do on the business side,” said Mr. Golub, who graduated from the program in 1984 and founded its alumni society.