You're 16. Find something else to waste your time on. There will be plenty of time to waste on legal and law school nonsense later on. Find a nice girl to hookup with and enjoy life for a little while. I appreciate the initiative, but believe me, you might as well enjoy the last few years of true freedom that you have. Go work at Wendy's and have fun.Also, you have a few run-on sentences. And what are you doing in college at 16 anyway?Finally, don't worry about Berkeley or Harvard right now. Until you have a UGPA and LSAT on the board, they mean nothing to you and you mean nothing to them. I'm not being a male private part, just being honest.
Quote from: SCOTUS20 on June 25, 2008, 12:29:06 AM1) Make him Mr. Doe, Esq.Just a picky point, but I believe that Mr. and Esquire should not be used at the same time. It should either be "Mr. John Doe," or "John Doe, Esq."
1) Make him Mr. Doe, Esq.
Quote from: rube on June 25, 2008, 12:03:37 AMIn the meanwhile, I want a job at a law firm. I just want to be a file clerk, something on that level, since anything beyond that would be above my realm of knowledge.Please please PLEASE don't do this. Every other f'ing law school application is from a paralegal. Do something interesting that will make your application unique.
In the meanwhile, I want a job at a law firm. I just want to be a file clerk, something on that level, since anything beyond that would be above my realm of knowledge.