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Subject:  Re: How Do You Know When to Stop?? Date:  9/6/2001  1:23 PM
Author:  Mardee1000 Number:  20480 of 27910

I can tell you from experience that unless you are going to night school, you are much better off NOT working full-time during law school. There's just too much material coming at you all at once and you can't afford to miss it by focusing on too many other things. Part-time is good, especially if it's school related--e.g. research assistant.

Actually, I will be going to night school -- 3 nights a week. I would love to be able to stop working, and go full time during the day, but since I'm the only income-producing member of my household right now, I don't think that's possible. So school will take a little over 4 years, rather than 3.

congrats on your decision to go to law school though.

Thanks very much -- I'm excited about it. I take the LSAT in about 3 weeks, so I'm busy cramming for that right now.
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