Hello I'm an Asian American and am considering law school. The only problem is that,unlike other professional fields such as engineering, business, and health-care, there seems to be very few Asian Americans pursuing law. Is there a reason for this? Should this be a concern in my decision to pursue law?
- David BLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
Not at all. There are more and more Asian attorneys practicing. What city are you in? Just google "Asian American Bar Association of __________" and add your city. It will most likely show a link to the AABA for your city.
Go to law school, it's three years of fun!Source(s): I thought law school was fun, except for the studying part.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I don't think there's much of a reason for it. Asians tend to go to more technical careers, computer or chemical sciences and things of that nature, as sort of a trend. They see others doing it and they follow. The fact that there aren't many Asians in the field of law should actually be a reason why you should go into it.
- 1 decade ago
no not really but i know a lot of people that goes 2 law school thats asian