Does working at a law firm help get into law school?The answer is a resounding “yes.” Legal research (and writing) is a core component of your law school education and a daily task of most law associates. It's also a skill that you should try to hone as quickly as possible and you can start doing that while working in a law firm before law school.
How much should I expect to pay for law school?In 2019, the average cost of tuition and fees at a private law school was $49,312 per year. For out-of-state students at public law schools, tuition and fees averaged $41,628 per year. In-state students at public institutions paid an average of $28,186 per year.
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