Here is what your crazy simpeltonbutt cant seem to wrapitself around, if you dropout you have only debt to show for it, and as far as the higher unemployment in a JD to undergrad all you have to do to fix that if you cant find JD work is leave it off the resume(idiot) but an undergrad only person cant just crap out a JD. Duh.
How are you going to explain the giant 3 year resume gap when your prospective employer determines your age or looks at the timing of your college graduation?
Notwithstanding the above, do you know what a sunk cost is? Allow me to define it for you:
Past expenditures (e.g., Tuition) for a given activity (e.g., Law School) that are typically irrelevant in whole or in part to future decisions. The “sunk cost fallacy” is an attempt to recoup spent dollars by spending still more dollars in the future. Therefore, sunk costs should be ignored in determining whether a new investment (e.g., Additional year of law school) is worthwhile.
So then, I ask you: Why would you proceed with law school and accumulate more debt, only to leave your JD off of your resume? Wouldn't you be better off quitting law school midway, sparing yourself more debt, and just leaving the JD off your resume? By going to law school, you're essentially throwing good money after bad.