Quote from: slacker on November 06, 2007, 05:03:13 PMDon't be surprised if you walk out of the test feeling like you've failed. I think that's normal.I think if you walk out of the MPRE feeling like you've failed, then you've failed. It's the kind of test they can train monkeys to do for raisins.Just remember, client's money should not be spent on your car payments.And if you have Chicago or Illinois landlord problems, visit http://www.depositlaw.com
Don't be surprised if you walk out of the test feeling like you've failed. I think that's normal.
It is def up there. The first thing you will be told to do when any client approaches you for representation - conflicts checkconflicts checkandconflicts checkEthics/Prof. Conduct plays a huge role in the practice (as it should).
[...] for engaging in a conflict of interest by using his official position as an NSA employee to cause a government contract to be awarded to a company in which he and his wife held a financial interest. [...]