What to expect when dating a law student

ello friends, Jeanette here with some (hopefully) useful advice on dating.I have always longed for lots of attention from the person I am in a relationship with; but then again, I guess you can say that of almost every woman.The thing that makes law students challenging to date is not the person, it’s what law school practically force them to become.The law student-part of them takes over everything else in their lives; it’s so overwhelming to some that normally, statistics say, law school population drops by more than half from first year to their senior year.If you’re lucky, 10 minutes on the phone with your sweetie is like Christmas morning (it only happens once a year).The most revered communication in law school is the occasional text or G-chat.I’ve managed to tank two perfectly good relationships myself by paying more attention to law school than my then-girlfriend.

They will dictate all preferred times and methods of communication: “…You need to know that you will not stay awake until the wee hours of the night talking about your dreams and goals until one of you falls asleep.As nature would have it, another person—who was just as naïve—fell in love with him for it. And once law school is over, you believe your lives will return to normal.Before the doubt and self-loathing, there was love. Probably not, if you read this post by Katie Marie, a Bay Area writer who reminds us that hell hath no fury like a significant other scorned.I just did not feel as important as that law, statute, or court ruling he just had to master.So the girl you want to date is enrolled in law school? She may be great, she may be the prettiest, she may be the most awesome woman you’ve met as yet, and you may believe that she is perfect for you BUT dating her might not be easy.

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