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Assuming little to no debt, is it wise to go through law school and get your JD if you really don't want to practice?

I hear advice both ways - that a JD is one of the last professional degrees that can help in many contexts, that it is a flexible degree, and that the skills taught in law school are applicable to many fields. I also hear that you lose the motivation to succeed in law school if you don't have a goal, or aren't sure about being there.

That said, would you do it? What do you think?

Do you really think you were going to get into that school anyway? Or is it some pseudo-noble, grand ideal of a meritocracy that you're falsely hiding behind?

Please, indulge us. Why the concern for "equality" now, in this very specific context?

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