Well, not sure how realistic this is, but I really want to do something pertaining to federal law enforcement work (like the FBI, USSS, DEA, and what have you). Maybe even a local DA office?I really do NOT want to be writing briefs, if I can circumvent that little gift of legal practice, I'll consider those options first.Your thoughts?
That's cool how you referenced a case.
I'm so far from the end of my tether right now that I reckon I could knit myself some socks with the slack.
My serious advice is that if you don't enjoy writing about issues you're interested in, you should leave law school. Even the most flamboyant trial lawyer will be asked to write a good motion and so on. If you're talking about using the JD to get into law enforcement jobs, that can work but it's a whole lot of over-kill when you could just get MA Criminal Justice for the same result (bonus pay for an advanced degree).I have seen people struggle with this and the reality is that writing, as a lawyer, is not going to go away.