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  1. Holland’s Theory Related to Law Students and the Legal Profession Presented by: Meagan Minvielle, Ed.S., M.S., NCC Assistant Director, Private Sector Practice Career Development Office Tulane University Law School 6325 Freret St. New Orleans, LA 70118 (504) 862-8463 mminviel@law.tulane.edu

  2. Law Students--Points to Consider • Low barriers to entry • Law school not preparing students for practical application of law • Holland code for all attorneys is ESA • Specialties fall outside, but trained for ESA • Nature of learning environment not conducive to all • Verbal and textual or theoretical

  3. Points to Consider, cont’d • Professor interests and skills should match coursework • Most professors are 1-5 yrs. out of school- didn’t like practice or never wanted to practice • Nature of recruiting process is misleading for testing environment • Interviews and summer programs • Large debt often prohibits students from entering field of interest