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Online Law Schools / Re: making online Law schools ABA is a bad thing
« on: January 28, 2007, 10:10:56 AM »
funny thing is he will get a job and non abas will never pass bar much less get a job.  so yea he makes typos but he will be your boss lol.

I am not a DL student, or a non ABA student...  I also never stated my position on making online law schools ABA...  My sentiments are basically the same as johns259's. 

How much are you willing to bet duckasourus isn't even a law student?  He is probably just some loser that trolls LSD trying to stir sh*t up.  Go back to the pre-college board, good luck on your SAT.

By the way, Ernest Hemingway started sentences with conjunctions.  Many other writers do it as well.  I wouldn't do it on a legal document, but last I checked, this was a message board  ::) 

Transferring / Re: 3.93 at low T1: Advice please
« on: January 28, 2007, 12:33:55 AM »
what boggles my mind is how someone can pull a 3.93 at a t1 and apparently not have the research skills to figure out what school one can transfer to.

Hell yes, more people need to ask questions like this!  Glad to know others wonder the same thing.

Online Law Schools / Re: making online Law schools ABA is a bad thing
« on: January 28, 2007, 12:14:39 AM »
Well, aparently that is nothing new for you duckasourus.  Your other posts are also garbage.,3219.60.html


Good stuff!

thats actually good gramar dumb ass.

When you learn the plural of business at your ABA law school come back and criticize DL law schools

LOL Yes.  Officially owned.

I am calling bs, first off most 75% never pass the bar.  Starting a sentence with AND indicates a lack of education, I highly doubt your claim of a full ride to an ABA school.  90% of new business's fail so I guess if you do the math most DLS will never pass the bar and those who do and start there own business will fail.  I passed my cpr test so I guess I am a doctor as I passed the test therefore I am qualified.

You can call whatever you want, but the simple fact is you CAN begin a sentence with a conjunction (you must be sure that what follows it is an independent clause, capable of standing alone as a sentence). 

Don't be jealous duckasourus.  Are you so insecure that you have to attack DL students?  I am willing to bet you are a bitter little man.

There are soo many new lawyers for firms to choose from, why on Earth would a firm choose a non-aba graduate.  Granted most never pass the bar so there are few to chose from but still why would anyone hire a non-aba student.  (Insert here how the aba is bad yet your law school keeps trying to get approved).

If you pass the bar, there will be plenty of job available.  I know that class rank, school, etc matter if you want to go corporate, but most people that go DL have different goals...

I will respond on the condition that you promise to learn how to use the quotes.   ;)

What if the DL student doesn't want to go work for a firm?  GASP!  Not everyone who goes to law school wants to work for a firm, you say?!  Amazing!  What if the DL student wants to start their own business, go into consulting, work in arbitration, mediation, financial enforcement in securities?  My point was if you pass the bar, and you go to a DL school, you will have many opportunities.  Also, I presume that many people who attend DL schools don't plan on going into Big Law.  And before you ask, no I don't attend a DL school; I attend an ABA school on a full ride.  I just support the idea that if you can pass the bar, then you have earned your right to practice law.

And just to respond to your question, of why a firm would choose a graduate from a non-ABA school over a graduate from an ABA school; what if the DL graduate has successfully litigated cases and won million dollar settlements.  All the while, the ABA graduate misses a filing deadline and illustrates to his boss that his lack experience has made him a liability.  Just one scenario I can imagine that would make the DL candidate very appealing to a firm.

Current Law Students / Re: Just got Grades...please advise
« on: January 24, 2007, 12:11:19 PM »
No one has any opinion on any of the questions I asked? 

No.  Now leave us alone.

HAHA!  The associate in the office next door asked me what I was reading when he heard me laughing about this comment.

Current Law Students / Re: Most Transfer Friendly Schools
« on: January 23, 2007, 09:25:56 AM »
But why subject yourself to having to do your own research.  So much easier to ask.  :D

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