Who here future lawyer?
It is my goal to become a laywer and use my law degree to harass my enemies. I have roughly a dozen personal enemies and I would love to get revenge but no go to prison. I occasionally get random anonymous calls from them over the phone and they tell me to fuck myself then hang up.
I'm in a good college for an administration degree that is highly specialized. And I am determined to get good grades and I am going to 4 year college.
Anyone else /futurelawyerhere/
I plan on getting all A's in my classes and Bs in my math classes. I will work first then study for the LSAT for a year.
I'm actually getting a useful degree without law school. So I can have useful career without law school and ill be fine even if I don't have law job right away.
Don't become a fucking lawyer, dumbass. You might as well just skip law school and just spend 100k you don't have, at least then you haven't wasted 3 years of your life for a useless degree.
This. I did 2 years at college and got a diploma in corrections, am now doing a 4 year degree in law and justice. Either going for my masters or going to law school after. I look forward to shooting myself in the face and leaving my family a shit ton of debt as a last fuck you.
You guys don't get it I plan on actually getting into a top 25 and getting As in each one of my classes and actually studying my ass off in each class in my undergrad. And spending a year studying in the LSAT before taking it.
>I plan on
Great plan OP, keep us posted and let us know how well you follow through with that. Can't wait to see your post in uni feels when you drop out one year in and are stuck with tuition costs anyway and don't know how to tell your parents.
No you don't most lawyers push paper more than anything. And being an autist actually helps since you have to make logical, dispassionate arguments regardless of your personal thoughts on the matter and you need to be able to consider a huge amount of related information at once.
Practice makes perfect.
Download as many guides as you can and do them; finding out what works. Practice under time conditions. 160-165 or so is very difficult but I'd say not unattainable for a person who has a modicum of talent in the areas tested supposing that they work methodically.
>edgy 14 year old cop hater
Protip niggers aren't human and I wish cops would shoot more of them