« on: September 30, 2009, 02:37:06 PM »
Friends in college had the same outfits. It was universally a hit.
While I accept your point Ninja1, I think there are still a lot of people here who think they will be one of those earning $100K plus upon graduation. Trying to start a little dialog about reality with some of the people here.
I like how you assume how much I make. That's funny. Not accurate...and funny.
Like I said, talk to me when you actually know something. Graduate, pass the bar, get a job. Until then, you're clueless, and your posts show it.By the way, I didn't graduate first in my class. I was 7th.
Several weeks ago, I met a UM law alum who moved to Knoxville, TN. I was there for a deposition, and we ended up sitting next to each other at a bar my first evening in town. His views on where he would have gone to school were much different sitting at that bar than when he went into school as a 1L.
I've had a job. Worked for a company named Goldman Sachs, you might have heard of them. LOL at some attorney for a no name law firm telling me to get a job.