Any Mac made within the last few years will get you through law school. If you purchased a Mac in undergraduate, and don’t have the cash to buy something new, chances are you will be just fine with what you have now. That being said, if your Mac is on it’s last legs, or is seriously old, it’s probably worth investing in a new one.
Computer requirements for law school are pretty minimal – you need to be able to type documents, use a web browser for research, and take exams. We’re not exactly doing quantum physics or producing blockbuster movies here.
In this post, I’ll cover what to get, what to avoid, where to find the best price, and if the warranty is worth it.