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hkbro wrote:Once I graduate, I plan on working for two years before applying to law schools. (Not just to offset my below-average college softs, but I want to gain some real-life working experience and save money for law school
Smart. Even if your three-semester leave of absence were to raise any eyebrows if you applied K-JD (and I agree that it likely would not), a couple years of work experience would make it a complete non-issue.
Working for a couple of years before law school is a good idea regardless, as you have realized. You'll do great.