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lover of women you still never disclosed what school you go to, are you in a t6 school

The solution is for the ABA to stop approving so many schools.  Seriously, T3 and T4 schools are essentially worthless to the profession.  I would say even most schools outside of the T6 probably are. 

In the meantime, depressed law students will just have to get by on this:

what school do you go to loverofwomen?  honestly i am tired of your idiotic spam posts on this website and i wish you would be removed for advertising porn on a discussion board.  how in the hell do you expect a legal system to survive with 6 law schools providing lawyers?

Current Law Students / Re: ANOTHER HOT BABE TO RATE!!!
« on: March 29, 2006, 04:58:56 PM »
aren't there a slew of websites that already allow people to rate photographs of attractive women, sure i like women as much as the next but this is not the place.  You know what could be funny, if we found a message board where the goal of it was to rate attractive women and starting talking about Criminal Law or Contracts.

Current Law Students / Re: ANOTHER HOT BABE TO RATE!!!
« on: March 29, 2006, 04:03:15 AM »
though not blonde she is stunning :)


Of course.  I am a connoisseur of beautiful women.  I only choose the best.  ;)

by that meaning you troll google images looking for pics to download?

I don't think that applies to all young lawyers, i know young DAs who love their jobs and seem pretty well happy with their lives.  There's a great theory in social psych called cognitive dissonance which basically states that people always have to be able to make sense of their lives and the decisions they made.  This makes sense because a DA doesn't make half the money as a BIGLAW lawyer, yet is able to do something they feel is the right and moral thing to do.  That's why I feel bad for the people who want to write contracts in a beautiful office, they spend all day there, and granted they make good money, yet I can not imagine anyone forseen themselves writing briefs 70 hours a week.  Sure they're making good money, yet I think most lawyers picture themselves arguing not writing.  The point is people don't have to be unhappy if they can keep from letting their own greed or pride get the best of them.


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