I got a job last week. At first I was thrilled just to have a job, but I am starting to think that I might be better off doing an externship or taking classes. The attorney told me flat out that he required 65-70 hours per week this summer (but I do get a week of vacation). I will be making 11.50 an hour. That's not that bad in itself (it definitely sucks though), but the attorney has a hardcore, shameless ambulance chaser reputation in the community. He has been sanctioned several times for this. I know I am going to get a ton of experience, but the thought of doing this kind of work churns my stomach. My greatest fear right now is that this is more than just a summer job, and more like rabbit hole. I had a terrible dream last night that I was filming one of those awful lawyer commercials where I had to bark and act like I was a plaintiff's attack dog. It was awful. Am I about to step foot on a slippery slope over here, or is this really just a summer job?