I have heard a lot of people on here upset with law enforcment, companies, and other groups because they are being told what and what not to do. I do the same thing. I just found out a few weeks ago that I have the right to refuse a search of my car without warrant (In the US). At work, they talk about how companies will push employees around cause they little guy doesn't know what he can and cannot do. I want to learn the law, not only for me, but to help others out. I know I'd have to charge similar rates to others (gotta pay of law school somehow), but the idea of helping others out in this way REALLY appeals to me. Even working for a company to help minimize liabilities sounds interesting. In all, the whole field sounds very intriguing (other than criminal law... not for me). Anyway, as a total stranger to me, what do you think? I went and talked to a lawyer about this (which was cool cause we talked for a half an hour, and he was a busy guy), but he was almost no help as far as telling me what a lawyer REALLY does from day to day. He just told me not to bother, basically. But I wanted some other opinions. This won't be something I do for some time, but I want to start thinking about it now. So if anyone can give me some advice, or if you know of some good websites for aspiring lawyers, I'd appreciate it. And maybe some day, I can find my dream job of working for the ACLU! I know its idealistic, but a guy's gotta dream!