Category: Law School

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Working While Studying for the Bar Exam

Studying for the bar is a trying time – mentally, emotionally, and, often, financially. This year, whether it’s because the bar exam was postponed, or it felt too risky taking the bar during a pandemic, or because some weren’t successful during the first go-round- many...

Why You Should NOT Go to Law School

Why You Should NOT Go to Law School

I recently received an email asking for my thoughts on how an aspiring law student should handle the finances of law school. Given the extraordinary cost of tuition, I’ve previously written about why students should think twice (and perhaps three or four times) before enrolling...

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Why College Is Not Worth the Cost

Many Internet articles inexplicably conclude that college is a must for every child. But basic economic facts convincingly show that college is NOT worth the cost. And many articles have been written about why university is not for everyone. Costs for four years in college...

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7 Tips to Reduce Law School Debt

Step one to pay off  law school debt, is to reduce law school debt. That is, take out fewer loans. Though it doesn’t seem like you can do much to improve your debt while you’re in school and not working, but there you’re wrong. There...