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- Happy Gilmore
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I think this falls under the "use your head" category because there is no possible way that we could make an informed decision since you are the only one not operating on imperfect information of your situation. Telling your boss your going to leave in 9 months will likely push you out of opportunities even if he doesn't fine your ass.
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i wouldn't wait until the minimum notice time, but i personally wouldn't give them any more than they need to find a replacement and maybe overlap with some training. even though literally everyone in my life told me to keep it to myself, i told people at work my intentions, thinking i was being considerate, and i wish i could take it back. they treat me like trash now. it's going to be a very uncomfortable few months. protect yourself!
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I really hope you DON'T plan on telling your boss now. I would give a month's notice if you are feeling extremely generous. The fact of the matter is that if your coworkers know you are leaving your working relationship WILL change, even if it does not appear so on the surface. We've had high level execs giving one months notice here, AFTER collecting their retention bonus, so you will be fine.
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Consider the risks - if you let them know now, they could fire you now.This is a business relationship, not a friendship. Do not tell them now. Tell them closer to your entry date to law school. Since you say you could leave four weeks before school starts and be okay, then four weeks is a reasonable time to tell them. It gives them more than the standard two weeks, but it's not so far in advance that you risk your own financial security.