Are you making the right decision to get into--or remain--in law? Whether you're a prospective law student, a current law student, or even a practicing lawyer, the decision to enter--or remain--in law ranks among the biggest career decisions you'll ever make. From the latest research on decision-making, authors Deborah Schneider and Gary Belsky have written a unique career-building guide that will help you evaluate and answer the most basic question facing you now: Should you really be a lawyer?
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Walk through any bookstore and check the sections on Reference, Careers or Graduate School. You find all sorts of books that can help you ace the LSAT, get into a good law school, succeed on law school exams, land a legal job, and then manage your career. But none of them can help you answer the most basic question: should you go into law at all? Schneider and Belsky's book is the first to help you decide whether to become a lawyer ... or whether to remain one ... and how to find the right career for you.From the Author:
Since our book first came out in 2004, it's been gratifying to hear from aspiring and practicing lawyers that the decision-making process we introduced helped them make career choices with more confidence and intelligence. Although much of our reader mail begins, "I wish I had read this earlier...", we believe there is no statute of limitations on good decision-making, and that it is never too late to start making smarter career choices.
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Book Description LawyerAvenue Press, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110940675617
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