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What Should You Do Before Law School?

With so many voices warning against law school these days, you might be uncertain about whether you should go to law school. How can you know? Lawyer Christina Lee shares some great advice for how to find your path before law school. Watch the video to find out what she recommends. Also, check out my FREE self-assessment tool to help you figure out what you really want in your career. Click here to get it now.
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Immigration Attorney Christina H. LeeImmigration Attorney Christina H. Lee
Title: Founding Partner, Becker & Lee LLP
City: San Francisco, CA
Law School: UC Davis School of Law in Davis, CA
College: Barnard College, Columbia University in New York, NY
Other Career: Christina worked as a community advocate at the Asian Law Caucus for a year before going to law school.

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