First time poster here. I'm a graduating senior this year at Michigan, looking for some advice on how I should spend the next few years of my life before law school. Basically, I've already taken the LSAT, and know I want to be a lawyer, but right now I just don't think I'm ready to jump directly into law school and want to see the world a little bit. I've thought about doing some teaching programs in America and abroad and I'm currently contemplating it.
Are there any other programs/jobs/cool things that you guys have heard people doing before they came to law school?
Or maybe something you wished you had done?
And if you could refrain from telling me to do "what I'm interested in," I'd appreciate it, that seems to be the only thing that pre-law advisors tell me to do...