wired wrote:D. H2Oman wrote:reasonabledoubt wrote:
[strike]Voice of reason above... well said. I feel that many who haven't actually worked though a challenging market have no idea what it's really like. They think if they obsess over the LSAT, spend three years in school, pass the bar, they'll have a great job waiting. What a joke.... my 7 years+ experience[/strike](where I worked my ass off to make the 120K+/year) [strike]has made me a realist, if anything. You LSAT trolls will soon see how the world really works.... give it, i'd say, 3+ years[/strike].
Well, good choice going to law school.
+1. Why go to law school when you want to do essentially the same work on the legal side that you are doing on the business side? Furthermore, why don't you go only part-time?
Legal side? Business side? Do you know what you're talking about when you use these terms? You do realize they can't mean just one thing, right? Also, were/how did you deduce that I'd "want to do essentially the same work.....?"
Here's where it's obvious my experience (as my recommender suggested) will help after law school. I know how things actually work IRL (especially business) and not theoretical-land.