I have a wondering if law school is archaic, meaning it is too narrowly-tailored in its subject matter, vis-a-vis undergrad course material (which is quite holistic) as in ls, you are just dealing with legal issues and legality over and over again..I know its fun, but does it get boring and tedious after a while?
For example, I know B-school isn't necessarily so, as a broad range of topics are discussed and it can be quite fun. Or a masters in Political Science, engineering, etc., the activity and subject matter can be of a good variety.
Now law school is interesting too but is it ONLY if you want to practice law? Can you break into Investment Banking with it easier than an MBA can?
There's that saying: "law school is for hapless, one-time liberal arts graduates who couldn't do math or because they couldn't think of anything else better to do" = http://randomdude.com/blog/threads/777-LAW-SCHOOL-IS-BORING
I know law school can be good but was just wondering if it can get tedious