« on: August 15, 2015, 10:05:21 AM »
You are missing the point, a DL law school grad who has passed the bar realistically has no choice but to go solo if they want to actually practice because no one will hire them. If you have a law license you can practice law as a solo or any other lawful way. And if someone has managed to basically teach themselves law and pass the bar, they should be able to figure out how to defend misdemeanors or handle a disability claim. After a year, no reason why they can't do jury trials if they have had some contested hearings and watched a few jury trials. It is not as complicated as it sounds. A lot of attorneys just plain get tired and never want to try anything new because it's "too complex." I say law is law and if you have a license you can argue to the USSC if they will let you in the door. I've filed some Writs of Certiorari with SCOTUS but am still waiting to get that call.
That Taft degree has served me well and will continue to do so.