They're so boring.
They just sit there and work long hours in boring work.
Most Helpful Guy
As someone who is taking the LSAT on September 24th, I think law is fun.
I've been involved in two lawsuits. I won both. I sued the living crap out of my ex-wife and got everything I went after. Then, awhile ago, I got to argue a case in court against an attorney hired by an employer who violated a contract with me. I hit him hard and repeatedly, and really worked him over!
The research, strategy, planning, and evidence preparation are just the background to law. You're custom making the equipment you're going to use to attack the opposition, and defend yourself against attack. You've got to build armor and weaponry every time, and then you take it in front of a neutral arbiter and battle it out.
Most people who counsel pre-law students will tell you that if you don't really want to do the job, don't do it. If you're smart enough to get into law school and handle the risk of depression, substance abuse, anxiety, divorce, suicide, and the mandatory grueling hours- you could make the same money and have more fun elsewhere.
Most Helpful Girl
You've described the average adult day working in an office, hooray1