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Don’t do it! Don’t touch that dial! It’s law school, and you might be sorry. Put on those safety goggles and take a good look around. You may not like what you see. Law is nasty, brutish, and anything but short. You have to eat your young to survive. Yet every year thousands of perfectly normal college students ignore their better inclinations and flock to law school. It’s the last refuge of the liberal-arts-inclined (aka math-and-science challenged). The reasons are many: You may believe it will “keep your options open.” You may want to make a lot of money. You may enjoy arguing with people. You may even enjoy the law (heaven forbid). But whatever your reason, you need to be armed with information. Guns don’t kill lawyers; billable hours do. Listen to me. Why to go, what to do when you get there, what to do when you leave, why did you go in the first place, and what’s for dinner? The answers to these, and many other important questions will be addressed in law.com’s Making the Most Out of Law School seminar. Do you want a life? Do you want to sacrifice your life for your grades? Do you have to? And what about law review? Do you need to be on it? And what’s the best way to kill yourself if you’re not? The answer to these, and other questions, is no. But don’t take my word for it. Law.com has assembled a panel of experts, some of whom actually went to law school, to tell you that all is not lost. Tune in to learn why, or your money back.
Making the Most Out of Law School. Oct. 16-27

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