« on: December 08, 2004, 10:07:09 PM »
I'm an undergraduate student considering a career change to law. Why? Because I want to help people, I can't seem to see a more noble career than public service, especially one that demands as much respect as a law degree.
Here's my question to you guys, what motivates you to pursue this career?, honestly, is it the money? Am I being too naive, or are there others who are in it for the same reason. Is it worth the long nights, hard work, and huge debt from student loans?
I could really use other perspectives in answering this question for myself, especially from those of you who've wanted to be lawyers since you were in high school.