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For a long while now, I've been considering both nursing and law (nursing more so because of the job opportunities). Are law schools like medical schools where they look down on nursing majors? How likely is it for a nursing major to get into a law school. What are the advantages to going pre-law as opposed to nursing or any other major for that matter. What's most important to me is what is the likelihood that a law school grad will get a good paying job within a year? Sorry there are so many questions, I figure this is the best place to ask.