As a general proposition, law school is a losing investment. But I’m a specific proposition. Should I go to law school? Lengthly, probably annoying specifics inside. [more inside]
Will my friend ever get admitted into law school? [more inside]
Philosophy major considering grad school or law school--or both. Am I insane? [more inside]
I don't want to pursue a career in the field for which I received my degree. Help guide my search for a grad school field. [more inside]
I am a Biomedical Engineering major at Duke University with a low GPA (3.1) but have yet to take the LSAT. I am interested in IP law and was wondering what law schools I could get into based on different LSAT scores that I might get. Also, I was charged with a minor in possession of alcohol that was taken off my record without conviction. How much will this affect my admission potential?
What books should I buy while applying to law school? I want to decide which school and area of concentration are best for me, and learn more about the law school experience as well. [more inside]
J.D. & Masters: has anyone here done this concurrently? Better yet, has anyone here done this at the University of Maryland (J.D.) and St. John's College (M.A.L.A.)? Am I crazy to think about this? Complication: I'm Canadian. [more inside]
Next week I start law school after a three-year hiatus. Any advice for (1) New law school students or (2) Those entering grad school after a break? [more inside] [more inside]
I am looking to take the October LSAT in Austin and was thinking about taking one of the many LSAT preparation courses (Kaplan, Princeton Review, Powerscore, ScorePerfect, etc). Does anybody have some reviews of the major LSAT preparation courses or experience in taking any of them? Alternatively, can anyone speak to the benefits/detriments of self-study alone?