I have always felt pretty confident that I want to go to law school, and my plan was to apply to schools in the next cycle. However, lately I've been apprehensive about committing so much time and money to becoming a lawyer without really knowing whether or not a profession in the legal field would be a good fit for me. Ideally, I'd like to get some experience in a legal setting before I apply so I have somewhat of an idea of what I'm getting myself into. For those of you who have prior legal experience - how did you go about getting a position? I don't have a law clerk/legal assistant certificate or paralegal diploma either which makes it a bit more difficult. If anyone has tips or would be willing to share their experience I would really appreciate it.
I wrote the September LSAT and came out with a 152 due to bad nerves. I rewrote in December, but ended up having to work a lot during the time between the tests and didn't have much time to study. I got a 151. My other stats are 3.55 cGPA, 3.68 B2/L2, good ECs and decent statements. I've heard rewriting in February doesn't always look great and isn't considered at every school. Would it be a good idea for me to write again, considering I just wrote it two times in a row? Also, do I have any chance of getting accepted to any Ontario schools with the low score I currently have? I really don't want to write again but will if it will mean I could get accepted somewhere.