« on: August 22, 2010, 05:59:26 AM »
Seeing how as I know both grads and nongrads the answer to that is a quick and simple yes.PLUS, yeah if you can't make more with a JD than without it, then something is wrong with you as a person and you just need to get that fixed.
Why do you think this? I mean I know that conventional wisdom says that law degree equals higher income unless there's something else wrong with you, but do we know that this is actually true?
How do you know that it's not correlation rather than causation? Or sampling error for that matter? Can you really say that law school is always a good decision based on anecdotal data?