I took law last semester and I've never been this interested in a subject before. I don't want to be a lawyer (as of now) but I want to study law. I have my undergraduate figured out or so I think now!
I just wanted to aim the highest I could, you know? I'm currently working very hard for a reach undergraduate program. So I was just inquiring for Yale, I checked their website out and it got me very excited. So I thought, why not make that a goal and work towards it? Even if I fail, I'd probably end up among the stars! (:
Thanks HieronymusBosch for the encouragement! And thanks for being so nice too.
Thanks arghwhy for your insight. Yes, I'm only in grade 11. Yale certainly has a lot to do with prestige but more than that I just wanted a really high goal to work towards! As of now, I really liked law!
Thanks alwaysamom, reality check really helped. I'm a Bangladeshi Canadian. Eventually I want to go back to Bangladesh and work there. A degree from Canada/America/UK would just be as prestigious there. Apparently, I can relate more to Bangladesh's law with an LLB. As of now, I'm certain I want to go work there. But it's not a very stable country which is why I wanted to keep the option of working in Canada open. Currently, thanks to God there is no issue with financial aid.
Your insight has been really helpful! I don't have any lawyers in my family. It's true that I'm only seventeen and was just curious about law school. As of now I'm just wondering that if (big if) I get accepted to a school in the US with say small classes, would the quadruple tuition be worth it in the future?
I know I'm too young to be thinking of grad school, I know my mind might change, I know, I know. I was just wondering about the future and wondering which might be the best possible route.
I thank you all for taking the time to answer my questions! Have a great day! (: