Echoing Advice

In a post titled “You (and 60,000 Others) Have Taken the LSAT.  Now Read This” the WSJ Law Blog urges you college seniors applying in record numbers to take the LSAT to re-examine your path.  While the advice is not news to anyone who has followed my posts I recommend it because (1) one should always pass along good advice and (2) the post closes with a line I use frequently when advising students to live more of their lives before exploring the mysteries of Rule 12(b)(6): law school will always be there.

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  1. Sometimes, as a college student, it is difficult to decide what career path to choose. Unfortunately, the pressures of your peers and parents can greatly influence you into making a decision that is not what you want. This reminds me of the poem “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost. Even though the person makes the choice, he will always wonder what it would have been like if he chose the other path. There is really no right path. But it is important to know that if you chose the wrong path, you still have the option of choosing the other path and you then would have experienced the first path and have no doubts in trying the second path.

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