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Should You Really Be a Lawyer?: The 2013 Guide to Smart Career Choices Before, During & After Law School
by:Deborah Schneider, Gary Belsky
The decline in law school enrollment, coupled with the student debt crisis and the increase in unemployed law grads, has generated many a startling headline about whether a law degree is really “worth it.” From the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the ABA, to thousands of blog posts, Likes, Shares and tweets, the ROI of a J.D. remains a hot topic....
The decline in law school enrollment, coupled with the student debt crisis and the increase in unemployed law grads, has generated many a startling headline about whether a law degree is really “worth it.” From the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the ABA, to thousands of blog posts, Likes, Shares and tweets, the ROI of a J.D. remains a hot topic. But even as parents, advisers, professors, and the legal-industrial complex, continue to emphasize such questions as “how to succeed on the LSAT”, “how to ace law school exams”, and “how to pass the bar,” an increasing number of undergraduates and law students are asking a more fundamental question: Should I really be a lawyer? Of all the law career-related titles, “Should You Really Be a Lawyer” remains the only book that asks this question so that readers like you can make a smarter, more informed decision about whether to become (or remain) a member of the bar.
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