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 24, 2008, 12:43:48 AMI'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.
I was referring to your intellectual penis. Which is quite robust.
Jolie is creeping up on me.
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?
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