A private Christian university that asks its students to avoid homosexual activity will not be blacklisted by the Law Society of British Columbia, despite concerns raised by society directors on Friday that the school’s so-called gay sex ban is “abhorrent” and “intolerant.”
When I applied to law school in 1975, the nation was recovering from a severe and prolonged recession. Even so, I always assumed that I’d be able to make a comfortable living with a legal degree, although I didn’t think that practicing law would make me rich.
Submitted by Michael Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, I knew that the legal market was in bad shape last summer when I came across the story that top law firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges announced its first mass layoffs in 82 years, but I had no idea it was this bad.
Business Insider has been in touch with a 28-year-old lawyer who has deep regrets about his decision to go to law school. He agreed to answer questions about the burdens of law school debt, and about what he'd do differently if he could.