So you want to be a lawyer : a practical guide to law as a career.

Format: Print Book 1999
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Penn Hills Library Non-Fiction 340.023 SOY
Location  Penn Hills Library
 
Collection  Non-Fiction
 
Call Number  340.023 SOY
 
 
Summary
No career demands as clear a commitment and as staggering an investment as law. For the prospective lawyer, many important questions loom: What kind of jobs are out there these days? Can I go to school and work at the same time? What about the bar exam? While it's nice to get encouragement from friends and family, you need honest answers to all of these questions and more. The Law School Admission Council, the producers of the LSAT, present ,So You Want to Be a Lawyer, a comprehensive look at exactly what it takes to practice law. It includes straight answers to the most important questions, plus indispensable advice on:What it's like to be a lawyer How to evaluate law schools Preparing for the LSAT Applying for financial aid and loans What to expect in law school Taking the bar and finding a job
Additional Information
Subjects Law schools -- United States -- Admission.
Law -- Vocational guidance -- United States.
Publisher New York :Times Books/Random House,1999
Edition 1st ed.
Other Titles Practical guide to law as a career
Contributors Law School Admission Council.
Language English
Notes "From the producers of the LSAT."
"A publication of Law School Admission Council"--Cover.
Description 154 pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 119-124) and index.
ISBN 0812932862 (pbk.) :
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