the only problem is getting clients but every solo has that problem to start with.
Quote from: touro1979 on October 16, 2005, 07:27:30 PMthe only problem is getting clients but every solo has that problem to start with. this might be an especially big problem as an alumni from the 10th best school in the region (assuming moniker accuracy)
yeah, sorry. I cant be * & ^ % t y to anyone at school, so this is my only outlet...and im only at -2, so im not the a s s h o l e you are...and besides, isnt it the whole idea of an anonymous message board is that you DONT have to worry about other peoples feelings, so that people can be exposed to ideas they might not like? Honestly, his friends arent going to call him out on the school he goes to and how that will affect how people respect him when he begins practicing. Especially since his friends probably go to the same school and dont want to think about this themselves. He should be aware of how his decision to pursue a legal education at a tier four school might affect his options. He simply doesnt attend a prestigous school, and any potential client who is cognizant of the range of educational quality among law schools will take this into account. No experience, 4th tier school... i mean, going solo is hard coming from hys. If you dont have some skill or experience that makes you a logical choice to go solo, you should think twice about it.additionally, he IS asking career advice of an internet message board. Why just feed him what he wants to hear? if he wanted to hear "of course honey you can do anything you set your mind to" he could have just called his mother. And then drop out of law school to become an astronaut.