I've submitted my personal statement on the ps thread for feedback and am surprised to hear some comments regarding "playing lawer."
I wrote my ps about becoming the union steward for my store and recieved some comments that adcoms don't like people who play lawyer- those that assert their knowledge of the law without being in law school or having a JD.
Is that accurate? Does being an educated advocate for others cross some line? Must one have a JD to cite the law when an injustice has occurred?
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Probably. It threatens their monopoly. Law schools like to think that you couldn't possibly know anything about the law unless you pay 150k and sacrifice three years of your life. Realistically - there's a reason it's an undergrad degree in every other country.
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