I would think after. Law school is pretty stressful and (if done right) takes up an enormous amount of time. Additionally, if you are moving to a new location for school your new spouse will be leaving their job, home, friends, etc. to follow you to a place where your primary focus will not be them. That can sometimes be difficult and then you will do the same thing after three years when you are applying for jobs.
You could avoid this by going to a local school and getting a job locally, but if your top choice in schools or law firms is not in the same city, just be aware that your new spouse will have to be pretty understanding. Otherwise you run the risk that they will resent you for those moves and then resent you even more when you are working too much at your new job. I would wait until you are a year or two out of school before getting married.
The Barry University School of Law is much better.
The motto of Dickinson School of Law is 'Making Life Better'.
A four year college degree is required before entering law school.
No major is any better or worse than any other when it comes to being admitted to law school. There are no prerequisites. There are only two essentials: excellent grades and a high LSAT score.
In the earlier days of the Church there was no law which forbade priest from marrying. Most were married before being ordained as priests and all were married before being elected as pope.
There is no law governing the start dates of school. It is determined by local school districts.
The army does not require you to go to law school before joining. If you want to be a JAG officer, yes, you go to law school first.
You take the LSAT before going to law school. For most schools it is a key part of the application process.
No, it comes after college. Most law schools require you to have completed a Bachelors before admitting you.
It depends on the state you live in and whether the common law marriage was recognized under state law. If it was then he needs to get a divorce from his first wife and you are not legally married.
Cincinnati law school