1. Hi I am a black & Hispanic man I did 1 semester @ the non-accredited RACIST Massachusetts School of Law at Andover located in massachusett which is an in class room face to face school with ur professors The school is racist & has a Ponzi scheme of admitting a large #of well educated Black &Hispanic College graduates so they can take their student loan money 2keep the school afloat then in the 1st semester the school will fail an over whelming amount of the minority students By the end of the 1st semester I was the only minority student in my so called English class The professor did not know I was a English major & an English teacher & the English class was mainly there just to fail out the students because they didn't teach u how2 legally write I couldn't understand what was going on until I went to an online Law School which finally made me realize how Mass School of Law at Andover in Massachusetts was legally racially failing well educated minority students with their Ponzi scheme just 2take their money. In the online law school 2pass ur exams u hav 2learn the legal writing skills it doesn't matter how well u study &know the law if u dont write in the Legal format of writing then they can legally fail the ignorant students a fact the school is well aware of becoz u can only pass the Bar exam using that format Do ur own research &look it up Just becoz they admit u &smile in ur face doesn't mean they want u there because u are a threat 2their established legal racist system dont just listen 2me do ur own Research Charlotte School of Law in Charlotte North Carolina the school had to close down 4similar reasons then u will understand what I am talking about Becoz of my intuition & research I was able 2Understand & figure out their Ponzi scheme I will not recommend any minority students 2go2 that school They use TOKEN black men in their advertisements &keep a few house Nigers who agree wit their ways &only care about their career not their people then u will fit just perfectly well &becoz of me they cut off all comment section in ther youtube videos causing me 2reach out 2other law school videos. Listen in my personal experience @that school, as a retired officer in the army &also a retired correction officer @the jail I can truly understand why the court system has placed a large amount of Black &Hispanic men in the criminal jail system which is another topic Please pass this info so students will not waist their time& loan they hav 2pay back importantly!! study how 2write IRAQ format the school will not tell u unless they like u & ur fellow black senior students who knows this will not tell u also so the school can use it against u 2fail u study &learn how 2do this type of writing 1 to 2 years b4 u enter Law School & this apply 2all student minority or not as minority students we need 2break the cycle of locking up Black &Hispanic men 4 simple things they never lock up their nation of people for.

  2. I hate law school. The entire structure is based on not teaching you to think like a lawyer. I had to ignore everything , to the shame of my professor, to do well enough to get a 130,000 job. I did poor in on calls. Barley did homework. And just learned by watching the class and ignoring the nonsense. It’s stressful, and useless

  3. Respectfully, I disagree. The 'busy work' reading and analyzing case, after case, after . . . IS what prepares you to be a lawyer. Things they DONT tell you: 1) You will always be your own franchise. Protect your name/reputation, always. Even when you are in a big firm, you really work for yourself/your future career path. 2) From day ONE, treat assistants, paralegals, associates, 'staff' with great respect; THEY will make or break your practice, and your ability to get out to see your kids' recitals/ballgames.

  4. Law school is nothing compared to Engineering school. I enjoyed law school. Just a large volume of reading, but the concepts are not that difficult. Engineering school is terrible. Very competitive and extremely hard to understand. Professors do not teach you much in Engineering school. You mostly teach yourself.

  5. That's interesting because the JD in Australia is quite different by the sound of it. It only costs around $40 000AUD a year with a Commonwealth Supported place, and without a csp it costs like $125 000AUD. I'm not sure about the busywork since I'm still an undergrad but I know that assessments and participation count towards your mark, not just the exam. Also there are quite a few units that look like they prepare you to work as a lawyer, such as foundations of lawyering, professional practice, and even mooting and internships which can count towards your degree. Have heard it is still quite stressful though.

  6. I'm glad you enunciated just how frustrating law school is. The purpose of higher education is to prepare you for the related job(s) your degree grants access to. Electricians, teachers, musicians, pharmacists, doctors, and pretty much most upper income career fields have direct training in the form of internships/externships/apprenticeships/in-house training and promotion/etc. EXCEPT for law and business; two of the most personally and financially risky fields. Law firms and government organizations need to stop viewing law school rank and grade as the most important factor in the hiring process – otherwise, the ridiculous tradition of outdated, ancillary education will continue to be incentivized.

  7. Do you see these "reports" by "experts" saying 20-30% of legal work can be automated with machine learning/ai, leading to what I think is an illogical conclusion that that means lawyers jobs are going to be under fire , but I think if this is the case, it might mean the process will be sped up, meaning possibly more demand of lawyers for the more cases that can be seen/tried? Not sure if that is an illogical assumption or not.

  8. I don’t know where you went to law school, but case briefing is absolutely required. As a 1L, I had to type and print my case briefs. (Later we were allowed to book brief.) Students who were called upon and not prepared to case brief were dismissed from class by the professors. Case briefing is what teaches you to think like a lawyer — issue, rule, analysis, conclusion. So, contrary to what you are asserting in this video, case briefing is required. It is a huge part of the legal education, thus should not be called busy work. You are misleading your viewers. The rest of what you stated is 100% accurate. Law school is the best thing I have ever done for myself.

  9. Is it true that in the 19th century there was no Socratic method in law school? I heard that in those times the law Professor would just lecture for hours on end with no class engagement.

  10. Why are most classes in law school based on a single exam grade, instead of multiple assignments throughout the semester? Also, why are grades more important in law school than in other fields?

  11. So debt? I am going into my own practice. Why? I'll be 66 yrs old…lol I'm a Midwife RN he is correct Pass School really who cares Its a loop debt high GPA prestige to pay off debt

  12. you should make a video about legal careers besides lawyer like paralegal and legal secretary; those interest me, and law interests me, but going into debt for law school does not interest me lol

  13. Yes, one of my greater fears is the debt and the probability I'll good enough to get picked up by a large firm or a big city office. I'm currently a undergraduate working on my second year. I have two majors, Political Science and History (only graduates could major in law). At the time being, I'm taking a Constitutional Law class, one of the required classes you take before graduating with a BA. However, I'm also debating if I should just go into history where I could be sponsored by universities to teach material or research pld documents. My passions are leading me into Roman history, Bronze Age history and Middle Age history. I enjoy both majors, but which will produce the most income, which is less stressful, which one will leave me off with lower debt? Usually, you dont even know where in the Law sphere you want to become proficient in until you've enrolled in a Law School. I know Law could potential harvest the most money, but it also has the greater risk, where is History, I could potentially travel and teach students, which might be a treat. Maybe I could get a few advise from people who are knowledgeable with these questions. Thanks.

  14. Taking a break from my appellate brief to watch this… Definitely 100% agree with this video! I hate all that busy work. I am really looking forward to 2L and caring less about case briefing, haha.

  15. I watched both videos and they affirmed my decision not to go to law school a long time ago in another state. It doesn’t make sense for me to go to law school now. However, I like to expand my horizons and discuss law can you recommend alternatives to going to law school for professionals that want some of the benefits (learning about the law and intellectual discussion) but have no plans to become lawyers?

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