13. Make sure this is, after all, what you really want to do. Folks who come to law school for the wrong reasons tend to either (i) drop out; (ii) stay and hate their academic experience and never practice; or (iii) stay and hate their academic experience, continue on to actually practice law, and then hate their life.You don't want that.
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