TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Brittany Sims on Jul 2, 2014

Law school “stock” is currently undervalued after the recent decline in legal jobs, a Slate article claims. With the number of law school applications at its lowest in 30 years and the legal market starting to stabilize, the articles says now might be a good time to go to law school as job-hunting in 2016 is going to be “a relative cinch.” Above the Law wholly refutes Slate’s premise, however, saying, “Law school isn’t an ‘investment’ like buying a stock, so much as it’s a gamble like buying a lotto ticket.” Read more at the ABA Journal.