There’s always a first time and this is especially true in law school.
1. First Time You’re Asked, “Why Law School? Why Do You Want to Be a Lawyer?”
It’s the first day of the class and expect that your professor will be asking this simple yet powerful question. You are required to give the reason(s) why you entered law school and why you want to become a lawyer, whether it’s your childhood dream, or your parents’ ambition for you.
2. First Court Visit.
Walking into the courtroom is an exceptional experience. Observing a legal procedure that you have been studying is a priceless memory.
3. The First Time You Look at your Professor and Realize You Like This Person.
Yes, law school is supposed to be serious especially if you have strict professors. But not all law school professors are like that or should I say, scary. There…
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