This is a good book for prospective law students. A friend of mine wrote it, so I'm a little biased, but I can attest that it's probably the most realistic portrayal of life in law school out there. Please excuse the plug, but the author asked me to help him promote a Kindle promotion. If you have a Kindle, you can get it for only $2.99 through April. If you don't have Kindle, go ahead and get the print edition for a bit more. It's well worth the price, and will help you get ready for law school. Thanks.
I must agree with you, for two reasons. First, Slacker's Guide has probably the best section on "Should I go?" of any of the pre-law books. Second, it is quite funny and, in its humor, insightful. Tis a shame that those two qualities are assumed to be in opposition. Third . . . wait, I promised only two. Okay, third, it's equally a good guide as to how not to approach law school. The author makes several good points and is quite correct in his irreverent repartees, but is also instructive as a contrast for law students. So, benchmark or counterpoint, this is worth reading.
PS: Have you your own show yet?