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« on: October 20, 2005, 02:22:28 PM »
yeah, sorry. I cant be * & ^ % t y to anyone at school, so this is my only outlet...and im only at -2, so im not the a s s h o l e you are...and besides, isnt it the whole idea of an anonymous message board is that you DONT have to worry about other peoples feelings, so that people can be exposed to ideas they might not like?
Honestly, his friends arent going to call him out on the school he goes to and how that will affect how people respect him when he begins practicing. Especially since his friends probably go to the same school and dont want to think about this themselves. He should be aware of how his decision to pursue a legal education at a tier four school might affect his options. He simply doesnt attend a prestigous school, and any potential client who is cognizant of the range of educational quality among law schools will take this into account. No experience, 4th tier school... i mean, going solo is hard coming from hys. If you dont have some skill or experience that makes you a logical choice to go solo, you should think twice about it.
additionally, he IS asking career advice of an internet message board. Why just feed him what he wants to hear? if he wanted to hear "of course honey you can do anything you set your mind to" he could have just called his mother. And then drop out of law school to become an astronaut.
« on: October 19, 2005, 06:49:22 PM »
the only problem is getting clients but every solo has that problem to start with.
this might be an especially big problem as an alumni from the 10th best school in the region (assuming moniker accuracy)
« on: October 05, 2005, 02:56:23 PM »
I speak for most people in our section. Please stop wasting our time.
Think about what you are doing when you talk for 2 minutes, 5 times a day: you are taking up 10 minutes every day. There are 90 other people in our section. We pay about 100$ per class hour, so:
10 min x 1.66(cost of 1 class minute, per person) = 16.6$/day/person.
That means, dude, you are wasting about 15$ of my money every day you show up for class. Now...
16.6$/day x 90 = $1,494. This means that you waste about $1500 dollars of OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY EVERY DAY in which you talk for 10 minutes during class.
now, dude, if you are wasting 1,500$ every time we have a full day of classes...
and we have full class days 3 times a week, for 14 weeks...
1,500$ x 3 = 4,500$
4,500$ x 14 = 63,000$.
This means, over the course of the semester, if you continue at your pace, you are going to waste
$63,000 OF OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY.
Your comments are rarely valid, and most people completely tune them out everytime they hear your voice. Offering competing hypotheticals just makes you look like an ass. If you want to dominate all discussions, OPEN UP YOUR OWN LAW SCHOOL. We know you are a non-trad, and we are glad that you have extensive experience in other fields. And (non-sarcastically) I have a lot of respect for you for going to Iraq. However, it is interesting that I know all these things about you solely through class discussion. I shouldn't. Dude, just shut up and stop wasting other people's money.
« on: September 15, 2005, 12:29:32 PM »
You want to understand contracts? Then you have to trust what I'm going to say.
"I'm going to be a 1L @ SMU this fall as well...the campus is beautiful (I did a self-tour last summer). I guess I'll meet you come this August.
didnt you post the above... this summer?
which means that you have never taken a law school exam before?
don't fool people into thinking you know what you are talking about when you don't. I want to take your advice, but it seems to be based on what you think exams are going to be like. Dont make it sound like you were first in your class. Hope your "all outside sources" approach works...
« on: September 12, 2005, 12:41:07 PM »
you're joking... right??!?
« on: September 06, 2005, 12:31:47 PM »
ok, obviously this thread has not provided any useful information to me or anyone else interested in the original question. Im only responding at this point because i am procrastinating.
jwelbomb: you didnt understand the question, which is fine. I resorted to being "condescending" because you called me a "loser" and a "fvckhead", with the only provocation being that I asked "is this really that confusing." My question was not confusing, but it confused you because you didnt read it very closely, or you didnt understand it because you didnt know what the words I used meant. Then you got pissed when I pointed that out. Sorry.
AJ: Google didnt find one for me. That's why I asked this board. I was hoping that someone here was in the same situation as me and had discovered a free, downloadable online dictionary. I appreciate your initial westlaw idea, and thanked you for your imput, even though it wasnt going to work. Give it a rest, you werent the target of my "condescending" post. The third world country i live in decided last year that its students shouldnt be playing partypoker during class, so blocked internet while classes are in session, even though they had ports installed at every desk a few years ago. Which is retarded.
Jewelbomb: Assuming that only a girl whould think that jewel is "bomb", have you ever made 30+ threatening phone calls in one day to your ex-boyfriend because you saw him talking to another female in the cafeteria lunch line? I have a feeling you would do this. Get back to me about this. I am having fun trying to picture you in real life.
« on: September 05, 2005, 12:56:21 PM »
You know what, nevermind. Is that really that confusing?
It obviously is, fvuckhead. You didnít say that you didnít have the internet in your classrooms, only that you had no wireless.
Next time ask the right questions and you might get the right answers.
1. see where I say my school seems to block internet? Anyway, that doesnt matter. The title of my post says it all: "Is there a free downloadable law dictionary?"
now, I assume you are in law school. So lets break down the elements of my question.
1. free: this means no charge.
2. downloadable: this is important. different from "searchable."
3. law dictionary: blacks would be preferable.
so I'm assuming that you dont understand what the word "downloadable" means, which concerns me because this is 2005. Maybe you should look up the term, in, say, an online dictionary.
« on: September 04, 2005, 07:40:00 PM »
the westlaw diction ary does not work for me bc... i dont get internet in the classroom. I was wondering if there is a free downloadable law dictionary. So that the entire contents are on your hard drive, and thus accessable with or without an internet conection. You know what, nevermind. Is that really that confusing?
« on: August 31, 2005, 11:46:25 AM »
You shouldn't have to search during class. Either look it up prior to class (otherwise known as "preparing")
wow. In real life, do people talk to you if they dont have to? I wouldn't.
can you possibly imagine a scenario where a professor...says a word...that didnt appear in the reading...that you are not sure about? again, wow.
Thanks to everyone else. my school seems to block internet in the classrooms. No idea why...
« on: August 31, 2005, 12:58:01 AM »
Any accurate ones out there? There's no wireless in my school's classrooms and I want something to search.