Circumstances under which going to law school can make sense
The reasons you should avoid law school are well known and I won’t repeat them here, but the other day I was explaining to a former student why she shouldn’t go to law school and she asked a perceptive question: Who should go? Under what conditions should a person go?
The answer is “almost no one" and “almost never," but law school can be okay in a handful of circumstances:
* People who have already worked in law firms, probably as a paralegal but maybe under other circumstances, and who thus understand what the day-to-day life of a lawyer is like. That firm should have a job waiting and ready to go for the person before the person starts law school.
* People who have family (or close family friends) in law firms who can set the law school applicant up with a job straight out of school. If your…
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