No way! Don't do it! I am dropping out after this semester, because I hate the work. Now, if you like reading cases and are willing to spend most of your time sweating over the most minute of details, then go to law school. But if you don't like those two things don't go. Save money and your time. Here is my theory on the money issue. There are too many lawyers already, which will and has caused the cost of legal fees to decline. I am not saying that making 200,000 and up is impossible, because there are many firms that pay their employees such salaries. I am saying that since there are so many lawyers, those jobs are hard hard hard to get. My advice is take the LSAT, and if you get a good score and get into a top 20 school then go, because you will get a job that pays a boat load of money. Maybe such a large salary can compensate for no life and a boring job. Good luck with your decision.
Who is law school meant for?