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« on: June 04, 2007, 01:43:27 PM »
According to martindale, Case only has 21 attys in LA (and 91 in NYC) compared to 808 in Cleveland.
I agree. I was actually straying from the point of the thread by addressing Gwiz's assertion -
Law Students aren't unemployed. They are in the same class as self-employed.I completely understand the purpose of a "business" card as an easily accessible and professional form of contact information.
By the mere fact his business exists
I think this is exactly how being a student and being self-employed differ. As a student you do not have a business that exists. You do not file with the secretary of state or county to do business. As a student you will never recieve a K-1 for your studies, nor will you have to fill out a schedule C on your 1040.
Unemployed people should not have business cardsbring us to
Law Students aren't unemployed. They are in the same class as self-employed. If you consider self-employed unemployed. Then private practice law partners (and solo's) are unemployed. By your logic some would say law partners and solo practice lawyers shouldn't have b-cards.?
About time to grow a pair of balls then, if that's an issue for you
My concern is that it would be perceived that way by potential employers/recruiters, not so much my classmates (which I beleive you assumed).
Reading all this has really made me consider getting one, but even if I got them I think I would be so worried about being perceived as a dbag by people for having a LS business card. I'm still on the fence.