If you are in law school right now, in California, chances are pretty good that by the time you get your J.D. you're going to have spent $100,000 on your legal education. And if you're like I was, you've borrowed that money. In some parts of the country, that's what it costs to buy a house. Only you can't default on student loans; you can't even bankrupt out of them.
The sad reality of it is, the majority of you law students aren't going to be getting $100K+ jobs.
If you're going to law school because you want to make lots and lots of money, you can do it, but there are better avenues if money is your primary goal.