Everybody goes to college, that's the dream or the goal, and where do they go to work? If everyone got a law degree we wouldn't have more lawyers. What we would theoretically have are a better lawyer pool (if that's possible) and more unemployed lawyers. In medicine, the specialist is the higher caste, the general practitioner who does the more critical diagnostic work, handles the higher number of patients, and has (I believe) the more satisfying job. But few enter medical school to become GPs. What happens to the lowest ten percent of law school/med school graduates? How are they doing after ten years.. statistically?

  • January 2013