Monday, March 5, 2012

From the Princeton Review: "Deciding to Attend Law School"

A Kindle edition of this new publication by the Princeton Review is scheduled for release on March 12, 2012. From the publisher's synopsis:

Thinking of going to law school? This concise but comprehensive ebook gives you the information you need to decide if a JD and a career as a lawyer are right for you.
 
In Deciding to Attend Law School, Eric Owens and the experts at the Princeton Review lay out key information to give you a thorough understanding of the issues you may need to consider before applying to law school. You’ll get essential info on:
 
   · the current admissions landscape
   · the academic experience
   · paying for law school
   · what the market for legal jobs is like right now
   · factors to consider when choosing a law school
   · what you can expect after graduation
 
Will you enjoy law school socially? Will you be happy practicing law? What kind of law career might be the most rewarding for you? Will you be able to pay off your loans?
 
Deciding to Attend Law School will give you the information you need to answer those questions—the background, the statistics, and the context to help you make the most informed choice possible. As a bonus, we’ve also included 3 lists from our popular The Best 167 Law Schools profile guide, showing Admissions Selectivity, Academic Experience, and Career Prospects ratings for all 167 schools.

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