Deciding where to go to law school is a difficult decision for many applicants. Law school is expensive and becoming more so each year, making the choice of where to go often the biggest investment decision an applicant has made in his or her life. Yet many prospective law students lack knowledge about the entry-level legal market or what different types of lawyers do in their daily lives. Professors William Henderson and Andrew Morriss explain what students should think about when applying for law school.
What Law School Rankings Don't Say About Costly Choices
The National Law Journal
April 16, 2008