Future Law School Applicants Are Wealthier, More Self-Confident Than Average College Student
By Karen Sloan All Articles The National Law JournalFebruary 8, 2013
No, it’s not your imagination. Aspiring lawyers tend to be more self-confident, enjoy more family wealth and are more likely to have a lawyer parent than the average college student, according to research released by the Law School Admission Council.
The study, Behind the Data: Comparing Law School Applicants To All College Freshman, weighed the socioeconomic, demographic and other characteristics of law school applicants.