« on: December 26, 2010, 10:34:52 PM »
It dosn't matter how long you been riding coat tails, you can't "waive" the bar(patent or otherwise)
Further, what evidence do you have that I, or anyone else is wrong? Anecdotes from your life? Not credibility. For that to occur would, you would have to be able to use English at least semi-correctly.
You believing you are correct because you are a 2L, so what. There are those here who have actually graduated. Using your logic, we should all ignore you and take only advice for them.
Lastly, simply doing something does not make you an expert. I may sing in the shower, but a pop star I am not. Look at it this way, if you were planning on starting a business, let us say a bank. Who would you hire as a consultant? The bank teller who does it all day and scrapes by (you). Or the scholar with a PhD in economics, a Masters in Finance, and an MBA? Simply choice using common sense. Your logic would say the bank teller knows more.
Might want to ask those experts of yours how document review is post graduation. Ex-military who has killed? I believe you killed much bacteria while cleaning toilets, scrub
Louiebstef, again thank you for your service and coming to my defense.
Megan, thank you as well for coming to my defense.
When I hear current law students complain law school is nothing like what they expected, I find it entertaining. If one can't research what law school is and about, then how can one be trusted to research in law school and beyond?
The post below is from a 20 year military man who is honorable and I am proud to have represent our country.
So mandamus, you have you to say who you are. Where did you serve? What law school do you go to? What is your class rank?
As for the difference between practice and study, I consider myself well studied. I have worked in a law firm, spoken with current law students, and done what I beleive to be the required research before apllying to law school. Your negativity manifests your lack of preparation for law school, and thus your lack of qualifications to study, as well as practice, law.If you worked as a paralegal, then I take it back. That being said most people here keep being confused about the practice of law and the study of law. When someone points it out, they AGAIN go back to trying to explain the PRACTICE, thats like me saying dude there are no sharks in the pool, and someone AGAIN trying to prove that sharks lives in the ocean. There is an insane difference.
As for serving for the OP, STFU, if I want to here a civie cry I'll poke one with a fork. Once again, someone who only THINKS they know on a subject making a post, not in lawschool, never killed a man, but you watch a lot of tv and know people who did, awsome, just plain awsome.
(read below to see the copy&paste cookiecutter kneejerk responce of a neverdid)