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Is Law School Worth It?

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Get our Ultimate Pre-Law Checklist (FREE) here ➜ https://www.legaleagleprep.com/prelaw Learn learn how to get ready for law school, the 5 things you must do the summer before law school, and more . . . Law school is a big investment. Even if you have a full ride scholarship, you are still investing three full years of your life in the pursuit of becoming a lawyer. And these are not three dreamy years of relaxing on the beach. Oh no, law students routinely talk about law school as the most stressful time of their entire lives. And for most students the financial investment is very large. When law school is $60,000 per year plus living expenses, it’s no surprise that law students often graduate with over $200,000 in law school debt alone. So bottom line, law school costs a lot of money and take a lot of time. But is it worth it? The payoffs can be huge. Some first year associate salaries at big firms are up to $190,000 per year. Being a lawyer can be a great vocation. But it’s not for everyone. In this video we’re going to talk about who will get the most out of law school. We’ll talk about who should not under any circumstances go to law school. We’ll talk about the economics of the huge upfront costs of law school and law school debt. And most importantly we’ll talk about when it’s worth it to make the plunge. ======================================================== If you want to learn to THINK LIKE A LAWYER and ACE YOUR NEXT EXAM, check out our LAW SCHOOL MASTERCLASS at https://www.legaleagleprep.com/masterclass ======================================================== ★ Got law school questions? Ask in the comments! ★ Say hi on Facebook: ➜ https://www.facebook.com/legaleagleprep ★ Tweet at us on Twitter @LegalEagleDJ
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LegalEagle (4 months ago)
Got questions about law school? Leave them in the comments!
Bob Crane (14 days ago)
I hope he replies, I think apprenticeships are great in the states that allow them. If there is a well respected lawyer who takes on an apprentice, working under them may gain more respect/opportunities than a prestigious law school.
MoeJohnson (14 days ago)
what do you think of law apprenticeships? A couple states allow you to take the bar without law school
What do you think of going to school online majoring to be a paralegal? Off the topic, I know, just thought I asked.
Bob Crane (23 days ago)
Are law school debts collectable if you leave the country? Some people gained residence and eventually citizenship in another country and became student loan exiles, I know federal student loans are not. For those with a $200k student debt that is not getting them jobs might have to think about that.
Xander Prince (1 month ago)
May a law graduate from Philippines continue studying in US?
D T (1 day ago)
Did you attend ucla with Ben Shapiro. You guys seem to be the same age.
MiHanLin1 (1 day ago)
Hey LeagleEagle, I dig the video. What are the things that make becoming an attorney worth it for you? If it's not a slam dunk to bring in big$ and it's not as glamorous as you see on t.v. and if it means so much hard work and long hours, what is in the other column to balance this all out? I know you have to have a strong desire and a high level of commitment, but what is that even based on? Keep up the good work!
Alexander Adnan (1 day ago)
You can technically buy 10 house for 300k that can cashflow at least $2500-3000 a month passive income while being a sleep instead slaving yourself to a corporate firm for the rest of your life. I would never consider becoming a lawyer again.
thegooseman (2 days ago)
I wanted to go to law school once upon a time but I didn't want to get into more debt plus my undergrad.
Easy, it’s not.
theverticalgiraffe (2 days ago)
You look like that guy from the Handmaids Tail
LMS (2 days ago)
Thank you for being brutally honest about if one should go to law school. Most of the people who talk about university rarely give the truth that you need to be completely set to become a doctor, lawyer, economy person or what ever you study in university. If you arent, then dont go. Tbh if they were then we wouldnt have that many universities/colleges..
Patrick Isles (3 days ago)
Law school is free in Germany and you only pay 85 euros per semester Go to Germany.
Ron (3 days ago)
3 YEARS!? In my country at least is 5 years, and in some private universities is 7 years
every video, save for this one, has been excellent. but comparing median income versus median entry level income are not comparable. entry level college graduate versus entry level attorney salaries... sure.
Austin Collier (3 days ago)
If Jim from "the office" had decided to go to law school and hit the books instead of going to dunder Mifflin and hitting on Pam.
robert strangie (4 days ago)
awesome video 10/10.
Janda Roberts (4 days ago)
What are your thoughts on non traditional students (someone in the mid 30s) attending law school? Or what's the difference between part time and full time?
ilov69 (4 days ago)
I'm an Engineer. I cannot imagine reading as much as you lawyers do. I would never ever want to be a lawyer. I love Engineering - problem solving and applying maths and physics principles every day. But dude, you're just a really great speaker and storyteller and I can't stop watching your vids. Good stuff brother.
MyMagic LouLou (7 days ago)
Thank you for the information. Maybe i will ask you about, what books i should read so i can use them as reference in class? I studied law too.
sharon reyhanian (7 days ago)
Great video man
Yadira Burgos (10 days ago)
What about if you do it as a part time law student?
O Love (11 days ago)
Hi, I sent you an email! I hope to hear from you soon!
JGdownunder (13 days ago)
I'm doing a bachelor of medical laboratory science. I have a chemistry final exam tomorrow. Why am I watching this
TheTyphoon365 (14 days ago)
I'm majoring in Network Administration and Security
Alex Norway (14 days ago)
Glad I am living in Norway
HigaJosuke (14 days ago)
PFFT $40k I go to an art institute in NY that stuff’s $60k a year and scholarships scratch an itty bit off. It’s worth, but dam, art college is mad expensive...
Von Yunker (12 days ago)
What type of career are you working towards? Sometimes state schools are less expensive if they offer a similar major
David Michael-Martinez (15 days ago)
The problem with law and med school is that it only teaches you how to be a good lawyer or doctor. What it doesnt teach you is how to be a good business person. Marketing, sales, negotiating, socializing, networking, administration, managing time, people and finances, learning new software and IT skills, etc etc...these are all things not taught at Harvard law yet vital to being a successful lawyer. What gets you a cushy big firm gig though...its not so much that you graduate from Yale or your GPA...its that you graduated from a school who has a large donating alumni base so you are more likely to know alot of other successful people and their friends and family that you can call on for business immediately...the applicant with the better network wins the job
Letsbe Tolerant (15 days ago)
Here in Vienna, Austria we only really have one Law School and we pay 19,70 € (or 22,61 Dollars )per semester. But we have to study for 4 years instead of 3 years.
Joseph Taylor (15 days ago)
LegalEagle - if you do the math, working at a firm (I assume you do) how much do you make an hour? You recently admitted when you graduated with 160k in debt. How long did it take you to pay that off?
Daniel Neisess (15 days ago)
What’s your opinion about working in public service as an attorney and taking advantage of the 10 year loan forgiveness? It puts you on the same 10 year timeline you describe for having your loans resolved but doesn’t necessarily require you to be top 10% and graduating from a top 10 law school.
Nicholas Heidl (15 days ago)
3,000 hours a year is a 60 hour week. That's 12 hours a day.
Preston Fitzgerald (11 days ago)
Yeah and that's only the billable hours.
Houn Pak (16 days ago)
0€ here in Paris and there is the best two law university of France ... i dnt realize the chance i have i keep saying law is boring and u pay 300k fucking $ !! A message To the hawks controlling trump : Stop making wars and let theses Americans study for free! First country in the world it is a shame
Charles (16 days ago)
I’m interested in dual national law degrees (specifically one that is taught half in France and half in the US). I’ve met various people here who have studied French/Italian law or French/German law or French/British law. What kind of law, though, would someone practice with that kind of qualification? I have heard it sort of restricts to only ever being a corporate lawyer
Gabriel Fraga (16 days ago)
you need a new hair cut
Julian Jackson (16 days ago)
Yeah be a quack that sprinkles a few Latin based terminology on a "My client isn't guilty due to lex ignoramus" sentence to sound smart, and hands down biased judgment on a situation they didn't experience firsthand. Basically an internet argumentative laden person with a suit and a piece of paper. Most lawyers don't have regular high paying clients or millionaires all at their heels throwing thousands at them. Most cant even get into those prestigious law firms and end up struggling with student loan debt and hate their careers.
MrFuggleGuggle (16 days ago)
Some Physical Therapy graduate school programs charge $45,000/yr for tuition, and that also lasts 3 years. A Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) - even mid-career - usually makes about the same or even less than a Registered Nurse (RN) - from as low as $40,000/yr to $90,000/yr. The only way to make "Doctor" money is to start and own your own outpatient care facility, in addition to teaching part-time at a university graduate program and contribute to major research projects. To put it in perspective, software engineers can make between $90,000 to $180,000/yr far easier without even needing a Bachelors. Software Testers - people who literally click buttons to make sure they work and find ways to break the software - can make between $70,000/yr and up to $140,000/yr.
Ryan Goldade (16 days ago)
Not a lawyer (nor aspiring to be one) but love the videos. I'm a PhD student in computer science and I would recommend this to anyone considering grad school. Aside from debt most of the points to consider transfer.
Sasha Fierce (16 days ago)
In the uk it’s £9,250 per year for three years and then for Legal Practice course (LPC) it’s around £11,000. Then maintainance is around £8,000 a year for living costs, food etc. THEN after all that you have to pray that you get a training contact for 2 years. This is just for a solicitor. To become a barrister it is a similar but much longer process
Caroline Kristiansen (17 days ago)
In Denmark law school is free
Paulo Moniz (17 days ago)
300k in debt omg. You could buy an apartment and rent it to tourists. Maybe even 2 apartments.
Theyn Smith (17 days ago)
Why doesn't he just shave and solve that patch problem?
F. W. Sauerteig (17 days ago)
Where is the video that is supposed to be in the link?
love 4theworld (17 days ago)
George Rady (17 days ago)
I like the Euros that brag about “free education” - sure - European Union countries are subsidized by massive debt so a “cheap” degree with a very low bar of success... one stands a better chance of getting modestly paid to in the utilization of that degree... but when the currency comes crashing down and there is no more “free” money those “free money jobs” will also dry up faster than you can say “Why?” (And, when you think of it, why should a guy with a REAL job as a plumber or a construction worker be paying taxes to send spoiled brats to college - that they never had s chance to get into - and then PAY more taxes to make sure there are government subsidized “jobs” to employ people with meaningless (cheap) degrees???
George Rady (17 days ago)
Well, at least lawyers are geographically and legally - safe - from Offshoring and H1Bing... funny that lawyer/politicians are the ones that made sure that people who LOST their “factory” jobs proceeded to give away the IT skill jobs that the politicians proclaimed people should RETRAIN for... and “experts” are puzzled why Americans HATE the Lawyer and Politicians that can’t see why Trump is WINNING where they have told people to f*ck off...
Anna (17 days ago)
Are there any alternate careers that still work in the realm of law/politics that don't require a law degree?
Sam (17 days ago)
Sephiroth (17 days ago)
I want to be a Sports Agent. I heard from some people that having a Law Degree helps a lot in getting a job in the big Sports Agencies (In case I don't/can't start a private agency). Is it true? And should I pursue Law School for this purpose?
Pargphee (18 days ago)
Lol, chump money for chump people.
leo borceguin (18 days ago)
If my Econ teacher explained opportunity cost and interest like this dude I would’ve gotten an A in my last exam
Kwyjibo28372 (19 days ago)
Looking it up, the average salary in LA (per indeed.com) is $86,782/yr. Generally these are salaried jobs that give you a stable job and reasonable work/life balance. Think city/county lawyers. Let's assume you are statistically middling and land one of these jobs. Take out (optimistically) 30% for taxes, and law-talkin' will net you a cool extra ~$1200/mo in cash above and beyond the ~$65k you can make with just an undergrad degree. Nothing to sneeze at, but that bump probably barely covers your interest on your debt. Furthermore, I would say the wage gap between $65k non-lawyering and $85k lawyering is mostly due to taking on more responsibility, and not simply from having a shiny framed piece of paper that says you passed the bar. For people who work for a living, you don't get paid for knowing stuff, you are paid commensurately with your ability to execute at your job, and the level of responsibility you take on. If you are good in your field, you can certainly match that average lawyer's salary as long as you are willing to put in the hours and take the responsibility. Anyway, I've considered taking lawyering on as a second career, but at the end of the day I'm not passionate about it, and as I said, I'd end up working just as hard for a similar amount of money.
beerisgood760 (19 days ago)
Objection! You compared household income vs the median lawyer's income. That's not a fair comparison and misleading as you compared a single person's average income vs 2 people in most cases. The U.S Bureau of the Census has the annual real median personal income at $31,099 in 2016. So lawyers actually make over double the salary of the average American.
beerisgood760 (3 days ago)
For the love of god, he compared a SINGLE lawyers income vs a freaking household's income. I'm not pointing out a discrepancy mean vs median, I'm pointing out the difference of comparing multiple incomes vs a single freaking income. He used MEDIAN averages for both, as anyone who compares income averages does in order to account for OUTLIERS. I cannot possibly explain this any better than this. I have no idea why you all are getting this mean vs median argument from. The keyword was HOUSEHOLD. I'm afraid I'm all out of crayons to explain this any further.
FallingJinx (4 days ago)
median is actually a good stat- it means half of people make below, and half of people make above. Mean(average) is more affected by outliers, and probably is not the right stat to use. By using the median, one can estimate how they relate to a population easily
Jamie G (8 days ago)
JGdownunder median isn’t average median is middle, mean is average
beerisgood760 (12 days ago)
What the heck are you talking about? I said he compared household income vs a single person's. Also, the reason economists use median instead of mean when calculating income averages is precisely because of outliers. I'm sorry but what you just said shows me that you have no idea what you're talking about, and I find it hard to believe that you can make any sort of meaningful contribution to this discussion.
JGdownunder (13 days ago)
Median != average, it's the middle value; and you need to realise the median and average is brought down a lot by saturation of people at the absolute lowest class like ghettos and prisoners etc, and brought up by incredibly rich business owners, CEO's etc, so you end up with this huge weird spread. It's not always good to compare to the entire population data, but compare with data that pertains to your socio-economic class, and he's right in that if you're the kind of person capable of getting into a good law school and becoming an attorney, you'll probably make more than 60k a year anyways
Dannyboyz (19 days ago)
It's worth it if you start a YouTube channel and review lawyer shows.
Dannyboyz (19 days ago)
Only three years of life? I thought it was a lot more. I'm sure those are three hard years, but still.
Marlon Moncrieffe (14 days ago)
Ah, but 4-5 years getting an undergraduate degree.
Lawrence Randall (16 days ago)
Dannyboyz after the initial 4 years, assuming your graduate on time. So 7+ years total.
Keith Costa (19 days ago)
Theoretically, If you passed the Bar without going to Law School could you still be a lawyer?
J O (20 days ago)
3000 hours a year? What? 12 hours per day on average? How do people even survive American law firms
JGdownunder (13 days ago)
These are BIG law firms. But this is what a lot of people don't realise. They see the pay cheques and they see that the guys that receive the pay cheques are in suits sitting in boardrooms etc and think there's somehow a problem with the system. You have to be bloody mentally ill to do these jobs though. The people at the TOP of the BIG law firms often work more like 80 hours a week.
Siege Yasharahla (20 days ago)
Patent agent video? Patent law?
Leopold Dankic (20 days ago)
I have a question for you what do you think about joint MBA JD degrees
Black Ocean (21 days ago)
I've been meeting a lot of Uber drivers who went to law school
Adriatic (22 days ago)
whoever goes to law school to make a lot of money is a fool in the making. you become a lawyer cause you believe in making a difference in the world. people just see the montery value education has. rather than looking at it as an investment in order to get anywhere big in life people need to take risk and believe in themsleves.
Kpoplover (22 days ago)
If everything goes by plan, then I will be graduating law school (an university in Brussels, Belgium) this year. I really loved it, but it irks me immensely when people say, ah you went to law school so will become a lawyer. I’m sorry, but no. There are a lot of other interesting jobs that require a law degree without becoming a lawyer or an attorney. Me for example wants to become a public prosecutor. Or you can be a legal advisor in a firm or ... For the rest good video. Law is fun if you enjoy it. Don’t do it for your mom, dad or... Do it for yourself
Sebastien Delva (22 days ago)
what can I do with a law degree in business?
KainTepes (22 days ago)
My little brother who's 24 graduated from law school at 23 with no cost for tuition. Granted he only wants to be a public defender and he's worrying about the results of his BAR exam. VA benefits from relatives are the only reason why he isn't swimming in debt.
Chris Baines (22 days ago)
I was listening to you in this video on the SMART TV while I was busy thinking about something else closer to home and after hearing enough of, "Getting into law is a load of arse: don't bother. ...just go get a regular job and be realistic." I paused the video to write this comment. Yes the law is indeed a load of garbage as are the hoops that we are supposed to feel aggrandised jumping through in order so it seems to land a job in law. Your videos on lawyer show analyses are entertaining and kill a few minutes of time in each case however a focus placed on the notion that precedents made by humans - who at birth freely defecate in their pants - can in some way be accepted as true and correct and in some way noble - given the hoops and defecation - leaves me highly surprised. I've watched several of your videos on analysis and only now felt a need to write a response: with the preceding presentations only seemingly requiring a thumbs up to indicate approval; and nothing further. From what I can gather, the implementation of law in the courtroom seems to engender nothing more than a generous amount of hubris, wrapped-up in pseudo-religious attire. Keywords: #nonsense #hubris #arrogance
Preston Fitzgerald (11 days ago)
bad bot
Nathanael Stuver (23 days ago)
Thank you for being up front and honest about this topic. It's very refreshing to see clear, concise, and honest review of options for this kind of education.
Rhakimdar (23 days ago)
Ive always enjoyed the case trial parts of shows as well and have had some interest in the field, but wasnt 100% certain. Is there a way to maybe get some experience to see if id be interested? Maybe doing secretary like work for a firm or something. Im a 27yr old graduate in science and education so would like to avoid piling up more loans if its just a fleeting interest
Juan Beltre (14 days ago)
Take paralegal courses
mirasga (25 days ago)
I went to law school because I thought slapping a "Lawyer" sticker on the looks cool. I never regretted my decision and I'm in practice for over 8 years now.
mirasga (7 days ago)
*on the car. lol
O'Brian Tomlinson (12 days ago)
mirasga huh? Lol
DuckyASMR (25 days ago)
I'm so glad law School is free in my country. Even the best law School is free :)
jmitchelloverton (26 days ago)
Who else got here because of Better Call Saul?
TheSquadsGoalsYT (10 days ago)
Superficial Serpent (26 days ago)
I love how a lot of "Should I go to Law School?" videos deter students away from applying. Show some perseverance and work hard.
Robert Persichitte (26 days ago)
I love these videos! Quick point, median household income may include multiple incomes so it is not the same as the median individual income. The median salary is closer to $31k (source:https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/MEPAINUSA672N)
marceelino (26 days ago)
It's good that studying in our country is cost free. :)
Matthew McLaughlin (26 days ago)
What is your opinion on being a lawyer/going to law school when the individual in question has the CPA license/Master's in Accounting previously?
Milligram (26 days ago)
If you're poor, become a software developer instead. All you need is a computer and an internet connection. It's a cheap ticket to the socioeconomic ladder.
Rich 91 (2 days ago)
Join the army...get a security clearance and a ot degree so your job cant be outsourced
Björn Kihlberg (14 days ago)
Elina T That's a great sentiment for people who don't have to struggle to survive but quite worthless when you've been poor for most of your life and having money and being self reliant actually translates into real happiness.
Elina T (15 days ago)
Yes, but those are a dime a dozen as well these days...especially if you are talking internationally. You shouldn’t do any degree because it’s a ‘cheap ticket’ up the ladder, but because it is something you want to do... be it software development, law or anything else.
Milligram (15 days ago)
Yeah, it's more important that you care about software development and want to be the best you can be. EDIT: I would also like to add that you will have a lot of control over your career. There is a progression from lowly coder to manager to boss and maybe even starting and running your own company. The competition isn't nonexistant but not enormous either and as long as you want to make this journey, you can. Correct me if I'm wrong but I don't think the same can be said for the legal profession.
Gherit1 (16 days ago)
As someone that conducts technical phone screen interviews in the IT field, I 100% do not care if you have a college degree or not.
Xander (27 days ago)
I'm no Legal Eagle, I'm a Common law Macaw!
Fredrik Jakobsen (27 days ago)
Is there any reason why U.S chose to have a 3 year law degree rather than a 5 year law degree that some other countries have, such as Norway?
Truesky44 (15 days ago)
Fredrik Jakobsen you should reverse that why do you need to be in school for 5 years when it can be done in 3, thats a waste of time and money
Rae (28 days ago)
Damn. Education in the US is nuts.
Habibe Koc (28 days ago)
Just started first year of law school. It better be worth it.
Fritz Musterman (29 days ago)
Is law school worth it if the goal is to use the education as a foundation for becoming a judge or politician?
509 K9 (1 month ago)
Please stop talking with your hands!
Speed Demon (1 month ago)
Feel the need, just not sure...
Pt S (1 month ago)
No offense...but if you're a successful practicing lawyer, why would you waste time making videos on youtube? I mean maybe you're hedging for a secondary career. But when translating the hours making videos into billing hours at a good firm, you'd probably be making more money for retirement at the firm, right? Just curious.
Preston Fitzgerald (11 days ago)
It's a marketing funnel.
Eric Meyer (26 days ago)
Well you're making a pretty large assumption about his motivations (i.e. money).
Navid Ghodousi (1 month ago)
What do you mean?! Monthly 15000$ is equal with 5000$ income ?! Are you really okay?!
Darryl Lowe (1 month ago)
What crime can I legally commit lol
Dino9-3 (1 month ago)
My whole university education was only €1000 (the registration fee for 4 years) And thats the same if you want to be a doctor or study a Language. My law degree was a fraction of what Americans pay, but my university is in the top 1% worldwide and I've been taught by ivy League professors and people renowned in their positions. It's insane to me to consider that I'd have to pay 100k+ if I was to get my law degree in the US! And I also got paid monthly to go to uni!
Preston Fitzgerald (11 days ago)
Not true across all fields. In fields like law and medicine it directly influences your pay scale in a major way. Edit: god I hate how youtube comments don't nest when you reply to somebody.
Normaali Ihminen (16 days ago)
Well It all comes to simple question: Are you willingful to earn more money? I can guarantee top law firms and schools are from US. In Fact top companies are from US.
ThePunisher_be (18 days ago)
Being in a top university means shit, as those rankings are based on publications, not teaching standards.
BlueCosmology (18 days ago)
@emil Filipov scholarships are much much less common outside the US, because outside the US university education is usually affordable without one.
Emil Filipov (18 days ago)
+BlueCosmology Sorry for the second reply, i still think that the other part of my comment still stands. It is quite common for top universities to offer scholarships, to my knowledge at least. Feel free to dispute it, i like to stay informed about stuff 😊
Alexander Bordeaux (1 month ago)
I am studying electrical and electronic engineering that something very different from a law school. But I find my self very interested in listening and learn about laws and lawyers things from your videos.
yeerboi (1 month ago)
Never wanted to be a lawyer. Never will. But for someone reason addicted to this channel!
noamto (1 month ago)
Why do you need a college degree in the first place? Why can't you just major in Law in college/university from the beginning?
Mike Elliott (7 days ago)
Not true at all. In the UK you have to do a law degree AND then additional 'schooling' afterwards before you can start practicing law. A law degree on its own is not enough
Marlon Moncrieffe (14 days ago)
+love 4theworld Last time I checked, biology and chemistry are not state secrets either.
love 4theworld (14 days ago)
NO.. LAW and Medicine are apples and oranges.....Medicine is very scientific  and mathematical  while Law is not....Simply put, Laws are reference to your rights...rules of the game to a civilized life...Everyone should know the rules without monetary burden....imagine playing a game where no one tells you the rules until its over....Strategy then, becomes deception.  So why complexity?  Money.
noamto (14 days ago)
No it does not. Everywhere outside the US it's its own degree and is usually easier than most degrees, especially sciences.
Marlon Moncrieffe (14 days ago)
Law DOES need extra schooling. The same goes for medicine.
Industrialist2015ofUk (1 month ago)
In England we hav more variation in academics than U.S. so its more limited to Barrister, Solicitor or Legal exec... and these prices vary on degree level, route taken etc. Im taking the cheapest option in Uk (but longest) through Cilex 😎
JuanFernando Gracia (1 month ago)
I see a lot of people comparing education prices in the U.S. with other countries (Brazil, Italy, Sweden) Guys, America has the best education programs and the best universities in the world, probably create the best practicioners and if you want a job at a top company, let's say you want to be an investment banker and you want to work at JP Morgan, its worth to pay for your MBA in Wharton, cause its the best way (if not the only one) to get there America is the elite of most jobs I think, only comparable to the U.K. so far, they can affort to charge that much because they have so much demand each year and graduates usually say that its worth it
jorge aldridge (1 month ago)
Somebody needs to start a burger flipers site
bob berry (1 month ago)
Wait what job pays 60k a year without going to school?
Preston Fitzgerald (11 days ago)
He meant with your undergraduate degree.
u wu (1 month ago)
Preston Fitzgerald (11 days ago)
After you have a bacehelor's degree. So 7 years total for most people.
Stev M (1 month ago)
This guy seems really likeable for a lawyer...suspicious.
PyroNinja (1 month ago)
Wtf 300,000, mines 50,000
mighty flea (1 month ago)
wow college in the us really sounds like a huge investment. Most european countries' college cost is very cheap or even free. Most of the time the living expenses outweigh the college cost
Shivam Patel (1 month ago)
What’s your take on getting a JD and MBA? That’s something I’m planning on doing
bob vu (1 month ago)
How much more difficult would it be to do the alternative of law school? I know in California you can do an apprenticeship instead of attending law school.
Michael Augello (1 month ago)
After having watched a bunch of these videos (count me among the spectators entertained but questioning why they’re here) I’m convinced this guy is multi tasking. Sure he’s making great videos but he’s also using this to polish his public speaking skills and writing outlines for the topic flow. This guys a legend.
Josh Broke (1 month ago)
Hey! Similar to you, I’ve always wanted to be a lawyer. I’m in my senior year of high school, and I’m at a 3.3 cumulative gpa and have scored 1200 on the SAT. So, my college options are limited. I’m also in the lower middle class, so paying may be a problem. I’ve also looked at colleges minimally, and I need to get on top of it. Do you think it would be beneficial to just intern in a law firm instead? If so, how would I go about doing that? Thanks!
levi kater (1 month ago)
Lol, in the Netherlands, no matter what you studie, you pay €2000 per year. You study German? €2000. Law? €2000. Is it worth it?
MsJubjubbird (1 month ago)
Sounds like it's cheaper to qualify in another country then come back and do whatever extra training is needed to get admitted
Jonathan Charles (1 month ago)
In Scotland every single resident (5 years or more) could theoretically obtain a law degree for nothing in the form of a government grant. The cost of a law degree here is about £1,800 ($2375) per year for 3 or 4 years. The numbers you put up were nauseating, I don’t think I could put up with that.

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