sinfiery wrote:Kronk wrote:Except for maybe the first few weeks, the experience of law school is draining, miserable, dry, overbearing, and oversaturated with the same shit over and over again. Every class is taught the same, dumbass way, counterintuitive (and counter to enjoyment and proper learning). Then when you get out in the field you realize that the job isn't as exciting as you think it's going to be (there are some exceptions, PD jobs are legitimately enjoyable for the most part), and you realize you just went through miserable school so you could have a miserable job, when you could've just had the miserable job to begin with, minus the debt and the three years.
And yes, I realize there is banal, boring crap in every job.
According to cinephile, sounds like you don't do shit in lawschool and get handed a job where you don't really do shit either.
I think it is possible that cinephile can do as well as she does with limited study because she is exceptional. I don't think everyone can do as well as she has with her approach.