It wouldn't make much sense for me to do that. I've always disliked the idea of serving in the military and I moved back home and really limited my law school options to a handful of schools that I could commute to. I was never really sold on law school I just feared I'd be in the situation I'm in now if I didn't try. There's no public law school I would go to at this point so the GI Bill wouldn't do anything for me.
Why on earth would you limit yourself to a few schools you can commute to? That aside, that makes the GI Bill even more viable, since you're looking at 100% tuition for three years. Also, most law schools' Yellow Ribbon program is decent enough to where you wouldn't pay anything out of pocket, even at a private school.
The last place you want to be is a graduate from a local school with 250k+ (probably more, including your undergrad) of debt.
dr123 wrote:Have you served?
Commissioning in about six months.
I would normally agree, except that he actually went through last year's cycle and struck out almost everywhere. So I think this is legit. :\