Great article. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is actually really well-founded and is a useful tool.What's your type? http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.aspVivian, INFJ
Quote from: Wild Jack Maverick on January 04, 2006, 07:46:06 PMLaw and Chess are very similar.Why lawyers arenít normal http://www.legalweekstudent.net/ViewItem.asp?id=19311 I haven't checked out the link yet, but I think that the most common characteristic found among law students is that we are all over achievers. We'll do whatever it takes, w/in the bounds of ethics, to win or make the deal go through. We're politely aggressive.
Law and Chess are very similar.Why lawyers arenít normal http://www.legalweekstudent.net/ViewItem.asp?id=19311
Quote from: VCartman on January 06, 2006, 12:06:56 AMGreat article. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is actually really well-founded and is a useful tool.What's your type? http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.aspVivian, INFJ
It seems a lot of people complain that law school and life as an attorney involves a lot stress, long hours, and depression. I got a decent LSAT score but I've lately been thinking I would rather be a paralegal because I can still work in law but I would also have time to do other stuff like play with my future kids, sit on the couch and drink beer, and read mystery novels, etc.So, I'm wondering what the draw is for you current students. Besides high salaries, what about working as a lawyer attracts you to the career despite the negatives? A ton of people go to law school, so there must be some good things I haven't thought of yet.
This isn't one of those "free" online tests, like some online IQ tests, where one completes the questions but then must pay to get the result (e.g. score), is it?
If you are now aware that you were thinking it, was it really a subconscious thought? Shouldn't it beyond the reach of voluntary recall?