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Budgeting Your Way Through Law School

Budgeting Your Way Through Law School

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It is no secret that law school is expensive. The expenses pile up as a law student, and you can be left scraping for money during final exams if you are not careful. As a current law student, I wrote this book to help other law students gain control of spending habits during law school and establish a monthly budgeting system. This book is for you, the law student who wants to get a hold on finances before your 1L year or who currently attends law school and wants to control spending. I want to help you develop a budget system and stick to it, so that you can enjoy your life and buy the things you truly want. The average law student only has $8,000 in student loans each semester to pay for rent, car payments, car insurance, gasoline, groceries, and other basic living expenses. To make that money last throughout the semester can be tricky, but it does not have to be difficult. Setting a budget and cutting spending can actually be easy. By cutting spending in the easy ways outlined in this book, you will be able to save hundreds of dollars in a semester. I hope that you follow the budgeting tips in this book, so that you can learn how to lay a foundation for a prosperous future filled with joy, wealth, and success.