you're up awfully late.
As long as your grades are good and you do well on the LSAT then you should be fine. Although, at your age, I'd wait to make that decision. I've switched what I want to be 5 times since high school, and I graduated within the normal timeframe.
Quote from: El Chupacabra on May 26, 2006, 01:06:11 AMOh no, I am sure that I want to go to law school. I want to be just like Skip on Boston Legal.like who?
Oh no, I am sure that I want to go to law school. I want to be just like Skip on Boston Legal.
I will graduate high school early, and plan on completing college in 2 or 3 years (including summers). Do you guys think that 19 is too young to start law school? Will I be able to get in at such a young age?
I wouldn't say that 19 is too young to start law school. However, you want to make sure you'd have plenty of diverse, fun, and substantive life experiences before you start school both for your own sake and to enable you to have a wealthy pool of experiences to draw upon in class and in socializing with your future classmates/co-workers. If all you can ever say is "Yeah, I finished super early, went straight to LS, and I've been working straight for the past 5 years," no one is going to be as interested then if you say "Yeah, I finished super early, took a year off and helped Sudanese refugees, or went to Fiji, or went to every museum in Europe, or drove all over America, then went to LS and have been working for the past 5 yeas," people (and employers) will enjoy you more. Honestly, take a year off. It won't kill you, you won't burn out, and you'll still be incredibly young when you finish LS.