After several years of almost non-stop studying on my own as well as work, I have finished law school.
Between the last numerous years of difficult college, life hasn’t been simple.
I had to take out an astronomical amount of educational debt to spend money for school, all the while I was trying to hold down a position because I had no other source of income. When I split from our parents upon graduating from school, I was instantly responsible for everything myself. Many of our privileged peers had literally no clue what kind of struggle I was facing in our day to day life by comparison. Still, I generally kept our head up as well as envisioned a future where I’d be more comfortable, even if it ultimately meant I’d be certainly working our ass off on a yearly basis to accomplish my goals. I just hoped as well as prayed that I’d earn more for our hard work each day if I made the right sacrifices on our journey to becoming a licensed attorney. Now that I easily have our license, I am eager to start a practice. I have a neighbor from law school who desperately wants to go into the law company with me, with the intention of adding more partners to the firm as the two of us continually grow. We both went to a company development center to get professional help as well as advice before the two of us opened our practice to figure out the best business decisions to make through every step of the process. They helped us find an affordable commercial office available to rent that was part of a building owned by the local college. Because they’re simply a state college, the rent is seriously cheap as well as affordable compared to any other buildings a quarter of a mile down the road. I’m grateful for our modern law firm today as well as the company options it will afford us.