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Job Search / Re: Looking for a job?
« on: August 10, 2008, 06:06:19 AM »
That's thoughtful of you, cheers.

Current Law Students / Re: Missed Classes/Attendance Classes
« on: August 04, 2008, 03:30:37 PM »
We all know the consequence(s) of missing lectures, don't we? I'm one who does this alot with the aim of studying extra on my own, but its not always the best idea if you can avoid it. Missing classes means missing some important points/caselaw or the answer to an important question ask in the course of the lecture. I was working and studying aswell, but can i eat my cake and still have it? I suppose not.

I will say if it can be avoided, then avoid it but if not just get a close friend or two to recall the lecture in datails to you.

Current Law Students / Re: A piece of advice
« on: July 28, 2008, 10:40:37 AM »
Thing is, the survey was organised in my uni by some lecturers, the name of the uni will remain unknown as i dont want to disclose this information online. The outcome of this survey was conclusive of which i have told you. The talkatives were just all-mouth and without any fact. Mind you it was carried out on law students, in total 250 poeple. Printed in the uni newspeper, got it now?

Current Law Students / Re: A piece of advice
« on: July 28, 2008, 10:28:14 AM »
From a newspaper not internet

Current Law Students / Re: A piece of advice
« on: July 28, 2008, 10:06:00 AM »
Surveys show that people that type too much talk too much, people that talk too much dont make good lawyers, simple logical reasoning. If you dont want to be straight to the point,you can do what you like, its just mine and my mate's opinion.

If you dont agree to that, let's know your reason. Do not try and attack me personally, not that it make any difference.

Current Law Students / A piece of advice
« on: July 27, 2008, 04:35:33 PM »
What most people fail to realise is that not all of us have all the time in the world to read their 50 lines of posting no matter how interesting it is, I just do not have the patience to read all through and I suppose most people too, thereby missing some important points they offer. Can we all try our best to minimise our postings to few important lines instead of having our posting not read at all? Remember we dont live by the computer, we have other things to do.

More please, it's good for a laugh.

Current Law Students / Re: It could always be worse...
« on: July 24, 2008, 02:23:32 PM »
Jacy just tell us this is not true because it cannot be, he sounded like an American psycho

Current Law Students / Re: Any Soo- to-be Lawyers with Ink?
« on: July 15, 2008, 11:14:39 AM »
I am curious to know everyone's thoughts about tattoos in the workplace. I met a few lawyers with half sleeves, and they said that they really don't get much attention about it. Are thoughts changing? Tattoos becoming less taboo?

I have tattoos, and I say it shouldn't matter so long as they aren't offensive or fully on display...


Thing is, tattoos are stereotyped with certain people, think of tattoos, think of rockstars, think of tattoos, think of drug users, finally think of tattoos, think of 50 cent and Eminem. A lawyer don't want to be seen by clients in that light. I have got a tattoo but well hidden. Want to work in legal line? Take the compromise, no tattoo on your forehead.

I would pay $1k to meet whoever came up with UCC article 3 negotiable instruments, and beat them to a bloody pulp with a baseball bat that has jagged nails sticking out.

Seriously, this is the most needlessly complicated, most worthless garbage I have ever had the displeasure of being forced to learn.

Offer rejected. Counter-offer, I will tell you all need to know about UCC article 3 negotiable instruments if you can pay 50k. Adequate consideration huh?

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