When I entered law school, I knew I wanted to be a lawyer. Since the age of seven, I have been trained and shaped this profession. My father knows that I like to read and talk, and I know that I want to help others. The law seems to be justified. I am very fortunate to work for a small personal injury/work injury compensation company in my hometown to experience the life of a law firm in junior high school. As a receptionist, I eventually became a paralegal, and I was able to receive training in client counseling, court documents and etiquette, and to connect with legal professionals. It was all done before I sat down to take the LSAT. Now, I am at the core stage of legal education. I can confidently say that this kind of environment has caused great harm to students. https://www.essaymon.com/why-not-spend-two-years-completing-the-school-of-law.html

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