Now, up until now I have been completely set on studying Computer Science or some such computer related major. Anyway, given recent events and a new outlook on life I recently achieved. Anyway, the phrase “the law is reason free from passion” got me thinking recently about going to law school. I have researched a few law schools, both in my own country and others. (UK, USA, Canada.)
I am still relatively young to choose what I will study after secondary school (high school) but I seem to have gotten hooked on this Law thing. I have taken several legal studies courses before, but they were just 3 week, or 1 month courses that I attended for a few hours a day. Nothing that’s going to get me into a partnership or anything, but I like this whole law thing.
So, I was just wondering … do any SitePointers practise law? Study law? Apply to law school but get rejected? I was just wondering what is generally required for admittance to law school? Not the emotional stuff, just the hard facts. What sort of GPA will I need? Will I need to take SATs, L-SATs or any of the other exams Americans can take? (Assuming I want to go to an American college.) What about Canada or England? Thanks guys.