Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists / Re: Anyone getting scared about their decision to go to law school« on: May 29, 2012, 09:11:27 AM »
This conversation about how brutal the legal market is reminds me a lot of what I heard before pursuing a career in the entertainment industry. As hard as it is, the legal field is not more competitive than entertainment. From my experience, if you cultivate your talents, work hard and know the right people, you will most likely be marketable. Turn that frown upside down and keep hustling
Too bad the entertainment industry has nothing to do with the legal industry. You might be able to make a comparison if you ignore the fact that a law degree puts you potentially a quarter million dollars in debt whereas the entertainment industry doesn't.
1. Entertainment industry has nothing to do with the legal industry? So all those attorneys working in entertainment, and all those 'entertainment law' journals you find in law schools do not suggest a strong connection between the two industries?
2. Pursuing a career in entertainment can put you in just as much debt, if not MORE, as a relevant program at a private undergrad can be MORE expensive than attending law school.
Lol you can't really be so dense as to ignore the difference between working in the entertainment industry and working in entertainment industry law. You also can't be stupid enough to fail to realize that going to law school requires undergrad as a prerequisite, and therefore would incur the same amount of debt PLUS law school costs.
Crawl back in your hole, troll.