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4/21/09 10:24 PM
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WhitebeltLifer
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What is a good way for someone in their late 30's with a baccalaureate degree to gauge if they have aptitude for law school?
4/22/09 1:41 PM
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measure the circumference of your sphincter
4/22/09 6:34 PM
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If only there were a standardized test for law school...
4/26/09 7:45 PM
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Honestly, it's an individual thing.  There were a LOT of different personality types in my law school, and lots of different types of lawyers - not just different fields, but even in one field.  For example, I do criminal law, and there are all sorts of different types of people who do this stuff.  I don't think there's any way to really say who CAN do this, you just know it.

-Shaz!

4/27/09 12:47 PM
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If your wife is supporting you, and you have nothing better to do with your time - go ahead and go to law school. If nothing else you will have a better appreciation of books like 1L and some of those lawyer shows on TV.

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