The return on investment of a law degree

Apparently, the job market for lawyers in the US is so bad that a lot of lawyers end up working in hair salons, book stores and end up selling tractors. But still a lot of people contemplate going to law school for the useless purpose of supplementing their existing credentials in fields outside of the legal world.

I urge you to consider the return on investment (“ROI”) of a law degree before going to law school. … More The return on investment of a law degree

What it really costs to become a lawyer in the Philippines

It is graduation season once again when we welcome college graduates into the real world. Or in real-world parlance, a welcome to unemployment, at least for those who slacked off in school and didn’t graduate with Latin honors (i.e. summa, magna, and cum laude. As one who did graduate with Latin honors, I got calls from several companies inviting me to work for them and I found myself a job, four months before graduation. … More What it really costs to become a lawyer in the Philippines