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As law students, part-time jobs can help supplement your income. Earning a few extra bucks here and there can help you pay for that $200 casebook or that new laptop.
Well, have you ever thought about developing a smartphone app to help pay your exorbitant law school tuition?
There is precedence with law students developing applications. Take CATE, developed by former police officer and current law student Phillip Immler. It can help you cheat on your spouse or significant other.
And, it's definitely an endeavor that helps the reputation of the legal profession. Lawyers and law students are always on the side of morality!
Immler's application currently costs around $2.99 in the Android market, according to WPTV-TV.
If you would like to make some part-time cash like Immler, maybe it's time to put your entrepreneurial caps on.
What are some phone apps that law students would be particularly adept at making?
Granted, many of these apps are probably impossible to develop. But, a law student can dream, can't they?