I can't tell if this is an elaborate flame or not, but man, I think Ferris really needs to take a deep breath and realize that he doesn't have to sign up for over 100k of non-dischargeable loans RIGHT NOW.
I basically had the same mindset as you when I graduated- I wanted to go to law school right away, graduate at 24, and begin my career. Thank God I took a couple years off. Working full time allowed me to gain some perspective and really make sure law school was the right choice for me (I worked as a paralegal). Perhaps most importantly, I enjoyed my early 20s (I saved some money, traveled, spent plenty of time with the people I cared about). Once you start law school, you basically are signing up for years worth of long hours at work, little sleep and high anxiety. I'm not saying it's impossible to enjoy law school or derive satisfaction from your career, but there is literally no rush to get on the law school train for a 22 year old. From my perspective, law school is the beginning of your career and the end of your halcyon days as a young adult, so I'd advice any current college senior to take some time off from school, get some real work experience, and gain some life perspective.
I feel myself going off on an existential tangent, and I don't mean to come off as overly paternalistic. I just see a lot of myself in you and the K-JDs at my school (who are generally shocked at how different law school is from college, btw) and don't want you to feel like your only option is to go to law school immediately. Law school isn't going anywhere.