University of Nevada - William S. Boyd School of Law
Legal education is a very stimulating, productive three or four year program, during which students hone their analytical, communication, and problem-solving skills, thereby preparing themselves to commence a variety of interesting and socially useful careers. Because of the nature of legal education, law school graduates are in demand in many different fields in addition to the practice of law, such as business, education, government, politics, and the judiciary. Moreover, the practice of law is itself quite broad, diverse, and interesting, with countless career paths and options available within the sorts of specialties and practice configurations that exist in the legal profession. Thus, for those who are interested in varied and interesting career opportunities, legal education is a good choice.