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this is a law school forum
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PaulInLaw wrote:Here’s my spiel. Tell me what I should do!
I’m looking to go into policy/legislative work after law school.
Then don't go to law school. Start working on the Hill now or, alternatively, look at getting a MPP.
But if you're ok with working in big law instead of working in public policy, then Penn is the clear answer here.
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considering you don't want to be a lawyer I'd take the levy, but i'd think twice about going to law school
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Law school is just 3 years that you won't be working on the Hill and building connections. What do you think law school is going to do for you?
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zombie mcavoy wrote:considering you don't want to be a lawyer I'd take the levy, but i'd think twice about going to law school
this, whatever you do don't take out 250k to not become a lawyer
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Levy scholarship at Penn.