From Law School to Lawyer: True Stories of Drop Outs, Career Disappointment, and Regret
- Do not read this powerful book of testimonies from real law school students and graduates unless you can answer yes to one of these questions. Otherwise hit back now:
- Are you thinking about going to law school?
- Are you thinking of dropping out of law school?
- Are you regretting going to law school or becoming a lawyer?
- Are you having trouble finding legal employment?
- Do you feel that your career is not what you imagined it would be like?
If dropping out of law school is on your mind, then you need to consider not just what law school administrators and professors who have a pecuniary interest in you not dropping out have to say. You have to ask yourself: Would I be happier if I exited the legal profession and did something else with my life? You have to realize what remaining in law school means for you and your future.
"If you are depressed about law school, this book will make you feel good. You will quickly realize that you are not alone in this struggle. It's the most cathartic legal profession related book about law school pre and post-graduate depression that there is. This made me feel vindicated about my own experience as a so-called 'failure' even when I had amazing grades from a stellar law school"
When embarking on a career that will cost you three years of school, half a year of bar preparation, and a career search that could take you over a year with a total tab running over $300,000 for many, you had better get your head out of the sand.
|Don't wait until it's too late to get the facts.
If there is one book you read about the realities of the legal profession, this is it. Why? Because it is based on real-world examples from real people who know what it is really like. This book was made to get you to think. This book was made to give you a glimpse into the reality of the profession through the eyes of those who invested more than you can even imagine — their entire lives — to law. If you are getting involved in the legal profession, you owe it to yourself to read this book.