In 20 years, your son or daughter comes to you and tells you that he/she are planning on attending law school. Unfortunately, your child only scored a 150 on the LSAT and was only able to get into T3/T4 schools. Would you tell your child to go to law school, do you believe it would be worth the investment for him/her to go to law school, knowing ahead of time that job prospects will be dismal upon graduation?
I'd tell him/her to go to law school anyway, and I'd pay those tuition bills CASH.
Quote from: Christopher Moltisanti on April 23, 2008, 10:43:48 PMI'd tell him/her to go to law school anyway, and I'd pay those tuition bills CASH.And by CASH, I mean $100 bills in an envelope.
Considering that 20 years from now, any child of mine will be (at most) 19 1/4 yrs old, I'll tell him or her to wait until he/she's a grownup to go to law school.
I thought the LSD default answer was always: retake the LSAT and reapply next cycle. It's good enough advice for internet strangers but not for our own children?