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Re: Being a happy, healthy, and ethical lawyer
« Reply #10 on: Jun 19th, 2007, 8:35pm »
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I'm an examiner and have been mulling around the idea of going to law school also.  The question for me is which will be less stressful--going to school part time and staying at the PTO or going to school part time and working for a law firm as an agent.  I've got my registration number and close to three years experience as an examiner and will be entering the sig program in a couple more months if I decide to stay at the PTO.  Anyone have any ideas which would be less stressful?
 
In my opinion, even if you decide to stay at the PTO, getting that law degree does make sense even if you don't become anything more than a SPE because it'll give you some flexibility and marketability in case you do need to leave the PTO for some reason.  
 
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