In popular culture, the legal industry is often portrayed as providing a glamorous, fast-paced working life, full of courtroom drama, glossy suits and high-stakes negotiations.

These tropes are so ingrained in our collective experience that students from all walks of life typically enter law school with a touch of trepidation, not because of the substance of the law, but rather because of their perception of what their life will be like during — and particularly after — law school.

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