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how much partying/ typical college life can you do in persuit of a law degree?

How much partying/ fraternities, road trips etc. can you do if you are a pre-law student?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The answer is, as much as you have time for. Course load and difficulty level will vary with each year, and with your choice of college. Ideally you shouldn't be partying at all, you should be either in class or studying your entire time as a student. However, we live in the real world. I'd say party as much as possible up to the point before your studies begin to suffer. You need to have fun in college, its a once in a lifetime experience.

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  • 1 decade ago

    First, what are you taking as a "pre-law" degree? If it is an easy subject for you- then enjoy. Law schools just want a good GPA and high LSAT. Party now in undergrad because you won't be able to for the 3 years in law school. You will live, eat, and breathe law school and any partying will be done with law students (they are an argumentative bunch and not as fun when drunk as one might hope)

    Good luck

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    1 decade ago

    Law schools don't care if you are pre-law or not. They would much rather get someone who studied physics or math, got a 4-point and aced the LSAT, than someone with a pre-law degree.What they care about is proof of intelligence, reasoning skills, and dedication. If you want to get into a GOOD law school so that you can have a successful career, you can't afford to spend much time partying.

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  • 4 years ago

    Yeah, as long as he plans on shifting out later. by 22+, i'm hoping you mean above 22 and below 30. he's gotta have a valid reason for residing at his mothers and dads after 30. I mean valid, despite that reason could be. If he has an entire-time interest and a school degree, that could purely 2 issues - a million) he's a penny pincher and could no longer purchase a house except definitely mandatory, and 2) he's seeking a job and he desires place to shack for the interim.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Very very limited amount, save all the traveling and partying for the summer and your breaks, I can imagine that a pre-law concentration is quite challenging, so just don't get behind on your work and you should be fine.

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  • 1 decade ago

    It seems you have your priorities mixed up. If you really want to be a lawyer, you will strive for it no matter what. Besides, there is no such thing as a pre-law major.

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  • 1 decade ago

    maybe do only Friday nights. Even then , limit alcohol. Remember that you are atempting to actually learn and remember stuff. All night parties tend to mess with that. Avoid pot and other drugs too.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    not very much the first 2 years

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It depends , do you wanna be Lionel Hutz or Claire Huxtable?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It depends on how serious you are about your career.

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