So should I just apply and hoping that my CPA will help me a little, or spend more time to study and retake the LSAT?
...The truth is with CUNY's price tag it might be better to go there than Fordham or Brooklyn, where you will go 100,000 in debt and people will still select Columbia, NYU, Harvard, Yale grads over you. I really think unless you go to an ELITE school you should get out with as little debt as possible. People will say different things, but that is my view. The reality is there is no guarantee of a job if you go to law school or any type of schooling. ...
There might be a niche, but the reality is that you should go to law school if you want to be a lawyer and no other reason. You should go to medical school to be a doctor and to the police academy if you want to be a cop. I hear people at my school say I know I am not going to have a traditonal legal career and I don't want to be a lawyer and I want to say why the hell are you spending 100k then. Law is more broad and has applications in numerous fields, but in reality it is not worth the time and expense to just understand one nuance of the law better in some minor aspect of your career. Again, I am sure there is someone that made a career out of knowing some nuance along with another technical skill, but that is probably not the general case. So bottom line go to law school if you want to be a lawyer and for no other reason.
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