Law school is hell. I mean, it is just the third day and I keep hearing it will get better, but really... I'm not sure I believe that.
All of you prelaws out there, be forewarned.
And the funniest thing of all is that it's not like I go to a mean, evil school. I go to Yale - the shiny, happy, pleasant school with no grades and where everyone's really nice! And truthfully, everyone is nice. Couldn't ask to do this with better people.
But it's still law school. And even if there aren't grades, there is still the desire to refrain from embarrassing oneself in front of peers and professors. Prelaws, think long and hard about what you're willing to put yourself through for a JD. Graduate school is always an option. Consider an MBA or MPP. And nothing is wrong with getting out into the workforce. You learn more from the real world anyway.
Yours in legal scholarship,
this is what aye been trying to tell the folks as well...and...yale...good god...no way...
it is ALL about the experience...gather your education and get to work...
an ivy league school is not all it is cracked up to be...
sage words of advice, lass.