A Student Makes a Good Decision

by George Leef

One of the Pope Center’s current interns, Jason Jones, writes here about a decision he made in college — not to aim for law school. He had at one time planned on law school, believing that a legal career would be very lucrative, but later figured out that even if that would pay off financially, his heart wasn’t really in it.

Good choice, and not just because the assumption that a legal career is highly lucrative is mistaken.

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