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You may in fact think you want to go to law school now. How can I know this? But if you are one of the many thinking about law school, start by asking yourself one simple question: So answer it, right now, to yourself.
You want an easy way to stay in school, you want to be guaranteed a good high-paying job—whatever reason s you think you want to go to law school, spell them out and make them explicit to yourself.
I have heard every single answer to this question there is. These are the 6 wrong reasons I hear most often see if your answer is in this list: Know who else likes arguing? Sports talk radio hosts, cable news talking heads and teenaged girls—i. Everyone likes a healthy, intelligent debate right?
Make no mistake about it: Law school is not a bastion of intellectual discourse. You are all there to be trained to think and act exactly the same way as everyone else in the profession, so you can then be a drone in the legal system.
No one is interested in your opinion.
I have never met a person who was any of those things who also said they were going to law school because other people told them they were good at arguing. It indicates only the shallowest understanding of the law and pathetically sloppy critical-thinking skills.
If arguing is really why you want to go to law school, save your money and start a blog about American politics where you can shout into the echo chamber of imbeciles all you want without bothering anyone smart who has shit to do.
It isif you still allow yourself to be misled by the bullshit on TV, it means you are either very naive or an unrecoverable moron, and you should immediately drown yourself in the nearest toilet to save the world the frustration of having to deal with you and your stupidity.
Let me be VERY clear about this for you: In legal dramas, the exact opposite is the case. Is that a little harsh?
Welcome to the grown-up world. Or shadow a lawyer for a day or two. The world is changing, and the US economy with it. The demand for these people is not going to flutter out. In fact, it will only grow stronger as the economy continues to shift and the supply of qualified candidates remains insufficient.
Do not make the mistake of thinking law school is your only option. That is simply not true. Beyond that, this reason belies an assumption: That you have to get a job. When you finish school, everyone knows about the two most obvious options: Get a job working for someone else or 2.
But there is a third option: Carve your own path in the world. There are other ways to make a living, and lots of people following those paths, you just have to go look for them. Life is going to kick you in the teeth. If you go to law school with just some vague notion of public service and no sense of real, directed purpose, you WILL regret your decision.
My first day in law school, the entire class was gathered in a lecture hall and they asked everyone who wanted to be in public service to raise their hand. At least people did.
Do you know how many ended up in a public service job three years later?O ne of the most consistent things I was warned about many years ago when my husband and I decided to both speak German with our swaddled babe in arms was language delay.
Everyone told me not to worry if my son didn’t start speaking until later, as bilingual children are known to start speaking later and to be a bit linguistically confused at first. I am in an Elementary Education grades program in college right now but I am starting to think of switching majors to become an SLP.
I was planning to get my masters degree anyway and I enjoy school so this does not put me off, I am just scared of the switch.
As with other skills and milestones, the age at which kids learn language and start talking can vary. Many babies happily babble "mama" and "dada" well before their first birthday, and most toddlers can say about 20 words by the time they're 18 months old.
Schools should start later for students in order to have better concentration, energy, and a better attitudes. If school started later, students would be more focused and concentrated, instead of.
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