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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by 🍟💵🌲🍥 on January 26, 2017, 10:38:27 PM »
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Wow! Just Wow!
Patrick Kennedy at the state department just got his ass FIRED!

Good. That's karma Kramer.....he fuched up with missa Clinton in Benghazi then he tried to cover for her crimes.....kar mm a got him!!!

Good riddance....

Looks lil trump means business.

Oh, and it is amazing to reread what I wrote months ago about the fracturing and now SHATTERED democratic party.

Maintain and Loki who have been discredited will not show their faces in this thread again.  Vanquished they are.

I'll repost what I wrote months ago to show how the cookie began to crumble.
meaning, what? That you are bragging about talking to yourself?
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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on January 26, 2017, 03:56:25 PM »
...89420

Wow! Just Wow!
Patrick Kennedy at the state department just got his ass FIRED!

Good. That's karma Kramer.....he fuched up with missa Clinton in Benghazi then he tried to cover for her crimes.....kar mm a got him!!!

Good riddance....

Looks lil trump means business.

Oh, and it is amazing to reread what I wrote months ago about the fracturing and now SHATTERED democratic party.

Maintain and Loki who have been discredited will not show their faces in this thread again.  Vanquished they are.

I'll repost what I wrote months ago to show how the cookie began to crumble.
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Hello I need help! I want to go into either child advocacy law or criminal law and I want to know if anyone knows of any good schools with great programs for either of these majors? :o

1. There are no "majors" in law school. Just a JD.

2. Any school will teach you enough to go into child advocacy law or criminal law.

3. Do not believe the self-rankings of schools regarding their programs; with a very few exceptions (such as tax law, which you need an LLM for anyway) it doesn't matter at all. Certainly not for those areas.

4. Go to the school the you like, that is the least expensive, in the geographic area that you believe you will practice.

Finally, good luck. Those are two fields that I could never practice in. It's not the law - it's the facts, if you know what I mean.

Not true, MANY have majors as options, and without question concentrations on the rest, and different quality of clinics for options (if any at all in those specific areas)

Let's see. What did you write? You wrote that many law schools have majors, and those that didn't would have concentrations or clinics.

WOAH, dude! It's almost like you have no idea what you're talking about! It's like ... you have a reading comprehension or memory issue.

Did you know that reading comprehension and memory issues make it difficult to take standardized tests? Might have wanted to get an accommodation for that.

Seriously, though. Please stop providing inaccurate information.
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Hello I need help! I want to go into either child advocacy law or criminal law and I want to know if anyone knows of any good schools with great programs for either of these majors? :o

OP clearly meant concentrations, you f-ing retard
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gave links as proof, spoon fed, idiots only grasp first long winded ad hominem, and then denial of spoon fed reality

whatever guys

up is still up and down is still down -insert snarky pointless back and forth BS here if desired-

You gave links? Really? Please, help us Obi Wan. Show us the links to the law school majors. Come on now, you can do it! Yes you can. Googling isn't nearly as hard as a bar exam.
are you really too stupid to know what synonyms are?
yes, yes you are.

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gave links as proof, spoon fed, idiots only grasp first long winded ad hominem, and then denial of spoon fed reality

whatever guys

up is still up and down is still down -insert snarky pointless back and forth BS here if desired-

You gave links? Really? Please, help us Obi Wan. Show us the links to the law school majors. Come on now, you can do it! Yes you can. Googling isn't nearly as hard as a bar exam.
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gave links as proof, spoon fed, idiots only grasp first long winded ad hominem, and then denial of spoon fed reality

whatever guys

up is still up and down is still down -insert snarky pointless back and forth BS here if desired-
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It's OK to admit you were wrong, French Fries.

Concentration and clinics (which usually comprise no more than three or four individual classes) are not majors. We know that, you know that, even 0Ls know that. And yet that's the word you used, "major", and that gives me mirth, good sir.
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Ha!

Perfect troll logic.

Claim: law schools totally have majors.

Obvious reality: no, they don't.

Troll response: well, uh, where's the links to the law schools showing they aren't offering what they aren't offering!

In other news, law schools don't offer concentrations in watermelon law. Kinda hard to post that link, because ... wait for it ... it doesn't exist. Like a law school major.
dear god I hope you aren't actually handling any cases

Dear poster formally known as snake,

I know things are tough for you; after all, you did fail the bar exam the first time! But let me tell you something; it does get easier! Really. And luckily for you, after a while, no one will care that you couldn't even pass the bar. But here's the thing; high barriers to entry already exist in our profession. Once you're in, you're set. So relax, and stop trolling those poor people who are just looking for information. 'Kay?

Now, my little special troll, it helps to be able to read, in legal practice, on bar exams, and even in comment threads! A "concentration" is not a major. That's already been addressed. Any practicing attorney who says they "majored" in something in law school will be laughed at, like Maintain and I laugh at you. A clinic is also not a "major." These distinctions are important, because a JD is a certain type of degree that does not allow for "majors." And neither does the ABA (for those who go to accredited schools). So as I already wrote, certain schools will give you a shiny, happy piece of paper for completing bogus objectives, "Look, person who doesn't know better, you can have your pro bono / child advocacy / criminal law certificate!" And, if you would like, you can say that you completed it! Pat on the head for you! But it doesn't mean anything.

But you wouldn't say you majored in child advocacy. I mean, I'm sure you would write that you majored in Pro Bono, but that's just the kind of special that you are!

So we'll try this one more time, shall we? Can you show a single school that has a ... wait for it ... major in law school? You know, for a JD? Not a clinic. Not a special happy certificate made up by the school. Not an LLM program (because that's a different degree, as I already told you, just like I already told you about concentrations).

Go on ... you can do it! I know you can! Make us proud!
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Ha!

Perfect troll logic.

Claim: law schools totally have majors.

Obvious reality: no, they don't.

Troll response: well, uh, where's the links to the law schools showing they aren't offering what they aren't offering!

In other news, law schools don't offer concentrations in watermelon law. Kinda hard to post that link, because ... wait for it ... it doesn't exist. Like a law school major.
dear god I hope you aren't actually handling any cases
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