Dude if you were that close to failing (likely at a T4), then why are you bothering? You aren't likely going to have job prospects, what do you want to do as a lawyer? What's the point?Not trying to be mean, but seriously....
I'm not even reading your ramble. You must have a great job now if you have time to sit around writing 5 page novels on discussion boards.Also, I love your 5 years to partner comment lol. LoL. Daddy being a solo with a small firm hardly leads to greatness. If you are as dumb as your first go with law school proved to be (and likely at a poo school at that), then no amount of connections will save you from yourself.Good luck.
I don't think the post was mean, it was honest. That's the problem with some folks on this board. You come on here wanting people to blow smoke up your ass about your jacked up situations, and when someone tells the truth (which you don't want to hear) you get all fired up.
Quote from: Matthies on October 21, 2008, 02:10:12 PMThe law and life is full of gray areas This is not an absolute. Sometimes there is a right answer and a wrong answer. See 2008 Presidential Election for example.
The law and life is full of gray areas
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