Should You Really Be A Lawyer?
The Guide to Smart Career Choices Before, During and After Law School
by Deborah Schneider, JD
and Gary Belsky
 
 
Book Cover: Should You Really Be A Lawyer?
This book is so valuable they ought to give it to anybody who registers for the LSAT. If you're contemplating law school, read this book tomorrow. If you're already in law school or are practicing law, read it today. It might change your life.
— Daniel H. Pink, author of Free Agent Nation
This should be mandatory reading for pre-law students everywhere. It raises questions they should ask (but don't) before spending thousands of dollars on law school.
— Kathy Wright, Pre-Law Advisor, Stanford University
A unique book to help law students and lawyers answer the eternal question, “What do I want to be when I grow up?”
— Kimm Alayne Walton, author of Guerrilla Tactics for Getting the Legal Job of Your Dreams
Should you really read this book? Only if you're a pre-law, law student, or lawyer who cares about your career.
— Kathy Morris, career counselor for lawyers, Under Advisement, Ltd and author of Objection Overruled...Overcoming Barriers in the Lawyer Job Search
We wish we could have read this before going to law school.
Law Library Journal

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Copyright © 2005 Deborah Schneider and Gary Belsky