Ahhhhh....most definitely better than 128. With the exception of one or two, they emphatically remind me of you know who.But this summer clerkship I have down here in Macon, GA has been a roller coaser for a ride. Board members those of you who have started your clerkships or will be postponing until next summer, just know what you are getting into. Know that you will start off at the dirt bottom, but you have to work hard at what you do and be convicted that your ethic justifies your hire. Some of you may be surprised that even as a law clerk you will experience some politics, the kind that is played in bigger firms where the low self-esteem and mediocre attorneys do all they can to make partner. I have an assoicate at this firm who despises me. I cannot understand it. Although she is not far removed, she has already passed the bar. I mean really why is she sweating? I dont want her job anyways (HBCU knows the plan). But in all of your efforts board, "to thine own-self, be true". Leave your firm having convinced your managing attorney/s that their summer would have been miserable without you.
I attend Univ of Arkansa, Fayetteville.
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