. I never found anyone who has found value in working BigLaw, other than the salary. Perhaps making a billionaire another half million, or helping a chemical company avoid being sued for poisoning a nearby water supply is rewarding for some, but not many. If that doesn't bother you, you love the challenge of high-stakes work, and making a lot of money and having the status of a Big City lawyer is sufficient to make you happy, then obsessing over it may be useful, provided you have the grades to get such a job.
Helping a billionare avoid the theft of taxation, or doing the ridiculous leg work that the government requires for him to earn that extra half a million seems like great work for me. Helping a chemical company to avoid the persecution of some ultra environmentalist zealots for killing off some useless animals, this also sounds rewarding to me. Its as if you made the job sound better to me.
No living being is useless; that was a real jackass thing to say.
Perhaps one day I'll be seeing you in court.
Future environmental lawyer
Incorrect. Many living beings are useless. I for one hope you do not defend the virus responsible for Polio, or mosquitos carrying malaryia.
For logicial consistancy, do you refuse to wash with soap? Mow your lawn? to eat at whatever Vegan restraunt sprays for roaches?