TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Jenny Jones on May 12, 2014

1.      You’ll work with great people.

2.      You get to deal with cutting-edge issues.

3.      At cocktail parties, no one can figure out exactly what you do.

4.      You get to use important-sounding medical terms.

5.      There’s very little math involved.

6.      Because state and federal laws change so frequently…there’s job security.

7.      You get to use lots of acronyms.

8.      It’s easier than going to medical school.

9.      Litigation, transactions, regulatory work --- you can do it all!

10.    No “Rule Against Perpetuities.”