So you're thinking about going to law school, huh?
When they joke that you shouldn't go to law school, don't just laugh it off.
Will I be limiting my legal career graduating from a state-accredited law school?
Kimber and Mark discuss deregulation of lawyers, trademark issues with the new .xxx domain, and the Googling of law school applicants.
Some seemingly random numbers related to U.S. law schools.
What are your thoughts on the availability of jobs (and even starting salaries) for future law students?
Let me be clear: I have never wanted to be a lawyer. I lived with lawyers my whole life. They don’t seem like happy people.
My university has excellent dual-degree options for both a JD-MBA and PhD-MBA, so either is a possibility. What are your thoughts?
Does it look bad to have graduated from a school with provisional accreditation?