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Pursuing an LLM / Re: How selective are LLM programs for US students?
« on: December 22, 2010, 09:56:18 PM »
Yeah but the JD is to get a license, there is a difference.

It's hard to believe that anyone would pick lawschool because they had no other option in life. If you want to live off student loans, why not just get an MBA and stay drunk and masterbait all day like B-school dumbs are good at?

"Masterbait" = putting more than one worm on your hook

Law School Admissions / Re: 2010-2011 Application Cycle
« on: December 22, 2010, 09:51:36 PM »
Wow, fetus, me 2L, me know how lawschool work.

You can watch legally blonde all you want, but reality is not a tv show nor is it whatever myth they feed you in prelaw. Logic matters(never contested that but you are too illogical to realise that) I see fetus's like you each term walk in the door and they either get the realitybitchslap and move on, or stay selfrightously ignorant to reality and fail out with a grammaticly perfect appeal letter that ends up denied.

"but my friends told me....... :'("

Proper English and logic are don't matter in law school?

Again, no wonder you are so negative. English and logic are not necessary to apply law to fact.  I'll keep that in mind if I decide I want to fail at law school.
omg, like, you mean law school isn't totally like Legally Blonde?  :o

I'd assume you struck out at OCI (despite your sterling personality  ;)), but you're clearly a troll.  The practice of law requires proficiency in the written word.  How do I know this?  I'm the daughter of an attorney who also spent 3 years working at a BigLaw firm.  A seemingly simple word change can have a profound impact on a transaction. 


LOL @ the reference to the "apostropheabuse" website.

Good luck, mandamus. It would appear that you are the minority on this thread in terms of grammar usage and overall intelligence level.

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