Friday, November 11, 2011

Law School Graduates Who Do Not Become Lawyers

We have all heard it many times -- and probably uttered it a few times as well. The "it" is the following: "Law School is a great education, even if you don't end up practicing law."  The clear message being that law school is a worthwhile way to spend 3 years of one's life and incur (conservatively) costs in excess of $150,000 or even $200,000.  Quite appropriately,  many are now re-asseessing this conventional wisdom


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