Hardison & Associates Young Lawyer Tips #13

Every Tuesday a selected attorney of Hardison & Cochran will share tips that helped them through law school and their early career as a lawyer. These tips will range from advice on how to study for the LSAT, law school classes and the bar exam to how to handle a case load once you start practicing in your selected area. If you would like one of your questions answered about becoming a lawyer please e-mail us at wsc@lawyernc.com.

This week’s tip comes from Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law graduate Adam Bridwell.

In the past few weeks, we have been focusing on those who are already in law school. What if you are an undergrad and currently only entertaining the thought of applying to a law school? Well, we have you covered here too. Upon undergrad graduation, you have many decisions to make. Do you want to go out into the working world with your major? Do you want to go on to graduate/ law school? Would you like to work a couple years then try out a graduate or law school?

Depending on factors such as student loans and your personal financial situation, you don’t have a long time to decide. If you are thinking about going the law school route, I have a link that will help you out. The 100 Best Law School Admission Tips of All Time will walk you through some things you need to be thinking about prior to undergrad graduation. It will also provide tips if you decide to jump in feet first with the law school application.

Best of luck,