There are way too many lawyer/lawyer types here!!! I'm in a strange situation. I just graduated in May, but w/ a major in communications (I know, I know, gym teacher material right?) and while I've always thought about becoming a lawyer its always been option 2-3 and never 1. My goal was/is to be a sports reporter with a reputable TV station. I'm kinda treading water right now with the job that I have and I'm looking for a bit more. I've always known that I was going to do some more schooling after Undergrad but I figured it'd be grad school. I'm taking the GRE's soon and also considering taking the LSATs. I don't have high aspirations of going to a big name law school because I don't have deep pockets and will not be going into debt to go to law school. Fortunately, my alma mater has a good relationship w/ Widener and there's a good chance I can get into their program on a scholarship as I managed to graduate w/ top grades but I'm really not sure if I do want to be a lawyer... I guess my question is not whether law school is challenging (I know it has to be) or if its gonna be hard to find a job afterward, I'd like to hear from those who've been through it if it was a meaningful experience, ie. not just another hoop to jump through. I'm not a very motivated person and if it wasn't for sports and friends I'd have dropped out of college because it was simply too boring academically (not that it wasn't hard at times, but it was just all the same). Is Law School just another hoop to jump through and for those of you who've already landed jobs, is just another 9-5? (or in the lawyer case 5-9?). I'm asking because while I'm comfortable in the job I'm at, unless I'm given a position of authority I'm going to get bored soon and this is the job that I'll most likely be at (public relations and marketing) if my dream doesn't come true. So basically, I've got a decision to make.