A Christmas Message for those Considering Law School

December 18, 2009 by  
Filed under Fools of Finance

Long time readers know that Mr. ToughMoneyLove is a lawyer. They also know that I am no fan of law schools, who mostly exist to attract mostly borrowed tuition money from students having mostly unrealistic expectations about their post-law school financial futures.

It is only fitting, then, that I pass on this timely Christmas video from a recent law grad who has come to realize the sad financial future about which I have been preaching.

Although the production values are low, the message is humorously but accurately packaged in some bah humbug dialog between an idealistic first year law student and the ghost of the law student who recently lived in the same apartment.

Enjoy Part 1, watch the others  (and then share with any friends or relatives who are scrambling to complete their law school applications):

For more on the origins of the video, read this article.

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2 Responses to “A Christmas Message for those Considering Law School”
  1. Don says:

    NPR finally caught on to this story…

    Economy Seems Bleak For Graduating Law Students (http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=127041058)

    Please do not publish the e-mail address.

    Thank you

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