Some opt for law school because they are not naturally adept at STEM subjects. That could operate against those already in law school who are toying with the notion of getting off that train and boarding another which seems to be heading toward some kind of Promised Land.
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That means that if you do have that kind of background buried beneath your newly acquired knowledge of the U.S. legal system, you may have a shot at heading in a more promising direction. Insight into American jurisprudence could give an edge in a business career.