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My buddy who just graduated Yale is doing a fellowship on The Hill, he's technically not employed doing legal work... nevermind he's doing a fellowship for Senate Judiciary.
Data is data. Obviously there's a glut of people graduating from Law School and a lot of old ass lawyers are not retiring and people are backing down how much legal services and lawyers they need but the data gets skewed in a lot of ways both good and bad.
Everyone knows taking huge debt, in a market that's as saturated at he legal one is, is a risk, but if you want to be a lawyer you don't have many options. You just gotta do as well as you can on the LSAT and decide what your best Law School option is and how badly you want it and do it if you want to do it.
All the shitting on law school is getting tired and has really jumped the shark for me. Going to a shitty medical school is just as risky and so is getting an MBA or really any other additional degree outside of engineering or nursing, and even with nursing most of the jobs are in places that suck ass anyway.
So in short. +1, meant to quote your last post btw instead of this one.
This post was edited by JMCSpartan08 13 months ago
I agree with this. If you aren't going to go to a top tier law school and/or go to a shitty law school but atleast be in the top of your class, then don't waste your money. Same goes for medical school and business school. You're paying for prestige and contacts.
If you don't care about that, than skip law school and just take the bar (I actually don't know if that's legal in Michigan, but is in some states).
Yeah, I've always said if your goal is just to get rich there are WAY WAY better ways than going 150-200k in debt and wasting 3/4 years in law school or business school.
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