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I say go for it in that case. Besides, it wouldn't even be the full $80K of tuition if after the first year you discover that it's not for you. If I recall correctly, there are some BigLaw firms in Western PA. Also, if you don't mind relocating, a lot of those firms may also be hiring for their Philly and Wilmington offices.
I nominate Giraffe the most gorgeous poster on LSD
Quote from: GordonGekko1982 on April 26, 2006, 03:04:23 PMI nominate Giraffe the most gorgeous poster on LSDHow the hell can you tell from that diminutive picture?
I think you should attend law school. Is Widener your only option? I work for a civil engineering company right now, and the CEO is an engineer who got a J.D. from Duqaine (sp) in Pittsburh, which is T4. I think having a J.D. is very useful in the engineering business. All the J.D's that I know in this business are making 120K and higher.