Your investment in a legal education represents a substantial amount of time, money, and effort. But even though classes and exams may have far more immediacy, they are in fact only a preparation for your future.
The sad truth is that you don't get all your legal education in a law school. You get a lot. You are superbly equipped in certain ways. You have a high degree of analytical skill. You are well equipped to isolate the legal issues in a complex set of facts. You understand the fundamental legal concepts and you are able to apply them to the issues. But the skill you don't have is a detailed how-to-do-it skill -- Let's see what it is.
Law school expenses are going through the roof and many are raising questions if it is really worth it? Wannabe-lawyers must understand that not all lawyers can expect six figure salaries and repaying the debt can become an onerous burden to carry.