it might have been posted before but am I the only one who thinks 21-22 is way too young for law school for most people? Especially those that have never really worked/supported themselves/always relied on mom and dad (I know this isnt everyone). Can you even understand the seriousness of the debt load at that age? Do they have the emotional/mental savvy to succeed, socially and academically in a "real" graduate program?
please do not make such a broad generalization.
a) i'll be 20 when i start law school
b) i supported myself all through college, at times with multiple jobs, managed to graduate early
c) finished within the top 10% of my class and feel more than "emotionally/ mentally" ready, not to mention understand/ know too well of the seriousness of "debt load" fyi. i went to NYU, one of the most expensive UG institute in america
i realize u said "most" 21-22 yo and not all, but still i find it offensive because think of the selected group of 21-22 yo that are applying to law school in the first place.
some people mature later in life, some earlier... as someone before mentioned its more about wisdom not years