RedBirds2011 wrote:paulinaporizkova wrote:jwinaz wrote:Here's one example of a firm with 4 full-time (it looks like) employed Regent lawyers: http://www.phillipspeterslaw.com/sub/our_attorneys.html
This is called hanging out your own shingle. I literally could do this right now. I could make a website and put a nice pic of me on there with my name next to it and all my credentials and offer to clean pools for 50 bucks a pop. It would look really cool and my mom would probably call and congratulate me but it wouldn't change the fact that I would be shit broke and have a completely unfulfilling life with zero career options moving forward.
Also, this particular example is not one of somebody hangng a shingle after graduating.
OP, regardless of this, people here are still right. I wouldnt go to regent
unless you can go for free.
Nothing to be gained even going for free. You lose three years of making even minimum wage and you end up overqualified for a lot of work.