Law in Contemporary Society
Law school to me was just another way to put off the inevitable of becoming an adult. My senior year coming to a close, I realized I was going to have to face the real world and was expected to grow up just because a piece of paper told me I was ready to. I scrambled and came up with what I thought seemed like a good idea at the time. Law School. My hope was to put off jobs and reality for another three years, but how wrong I was. Yet, one thing I did expect to gain from law school was an unique experience and enrichment of thinking ability that could not be rivaled by other trade schools and the ability to interact with people on an intellectual level not found in many college institutions.

-- AbielGarcia - 14 Jan 2010


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