yeah, i suppose it would be crazy to not go
my deal is that i'm working as a paralegal at a huge law firm in nyc. when i was hired, i was asked to make a 2-yr commitment (no contract or anything like that, though) and i was like, yeah, sure, even though i had already applied to law schools. obviously, they don't want to train ppl who are just going to leave in a year. almost all the paras here are college grads who work for two years then go to law school. so, if i bounce now, i haven't done my two years. i didn't care before, but now i'm starting to feel obligated/guilty.
also, a couple of ppl here have been telling me that if i leave, it will be really really frowned upon. since when you apply for bar admission, they go back to all your previous law employers, i'm concerned that my current employers will say bad things about me. am i being really paranoid and stupid? should i just be like f-it to the firm and do my own thing?