What I've learned in TLS
1- You study to get a better than average score on the LSAT and scholly money (if you are below the school's median, don't even think about law school)
2- You apply to T-14 and top regional in order to have better odds of landing a job; nevertheless, going to one of these schools does not secure a law job unless you're in the T-6. (Don't even think about law school if you can't get in T-14 or regional)
3- If accepted to multiple law schools you always chose
T-3 > T-6 > T-14 > Top regional > TT (some of them) > Don't go to law school
4- You study law for 3 years
5- You create debt that will require 4-5 years to pay off.
6- you aim for big law since only this kind of law will allow you to pay your debt.
7- You get burned and quit your job after 3-5 years of practicing big law.
8- What happens next?
Did I forgot something?
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