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Dating & Relationships in Law School

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Re: Dating & Relationships in Law School
« Reply #50 on: July 05, 2007, 12:26:50 PM »
I'm glad to see this is being discussed. I'm in a serious relationship and once I move to Chicago for ls, we'll be long distance  :(. Just hoping and praying that we'll be okay...

ha. girls get rid of their bfs quick at my school. lol at least the black girls anyway.

Interesting. And what school is that?

harvard. they be lookin' for the upgrade.



Not in my class.  Looks like the black women in c/o 2009 have, as a group, tended to stay with their non-law school boyfriends.

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Re: Dating & Relationships in Law School
« Reply #51 on: July 05, 2007, 12:27:36 PM »
I'm glad to see this is being discussed. I'm in a serious relationship and once I move to Chicago for ls, we'll be long distance  :(. Just hoping and praying that we'll be okay...

ha. girls get rid of their bfs quick at my school. lol at least the black girls anyway.

Interesting. And what school is that?

harvard. they be lookin' for the upgrade.



Not in my class.  Looks like the black women in c/o 2009 have, as a group, tended to stay with their non-law school boyfriends.

same at Yale.

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Re: Dating & Relationships in Law School
« Reply #52 on: July 05, 2007, 12:28:22 PM »
I'm glad to see this is being discussed. I'm in a serious relationship and once I move to Chicago for ls, we'll be long distance  :(. Just hoping and praying that we'll be okay...

ha. girls get rid of their bfs quick at my school. lol at least the black girls anyway.

Interesting. And what school is that?

harvard. they be lookin' for the upgrade.



Not in my class.  Looks like the black women in c/o 2009 have, as a group, tended to stay with their non-law school boyfriends.

really? for some reason I think the other classes were different.

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« Reply #53 on: July 05, 2007, 12:33:49 PM »
I'm glad to see this is being discussed. I'm in a serious relationship and once I move to Chicago for ls, we'll be long distance  :(. Just hoping and praying that we'll be okay...

ha. girls get rid of their bfs quick at my school. lol at least the black girls anyway.

Interesting. And what school is that?

harvard. they be lookin' for the upgrade.



Not in my class.  Looks like the black women in c/o 2009 have, as a group, tended to stay with their non-law school boyfriends.

same at Yale.

Of the ones I know, though, there wouldn't really be anything to upgrade to.  They're all power couples.  I wonder if there's a differential in the break-up rate between those who are dating others in grad/prof schools and those who are dating people with less educational attainment.

Re: Dating & Relationships in Law School
« Reply #54 on: July 05, 2007, 12:40:48 PM »
Checked out my school's BLSA website and definitely saw no upgrade material.  Heck, I didnt even see any "let me play around with this for a minute" material...

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Re: Dating & Relationships in Law School
« Reply #55 on: July 05, 2007, 12:41:08 PM »
I'm glad to see this is being discussed. I'm in a serious relationship and once I move to Chicago for ls, we'll be long distance  :(. Just hoping and praying that we'll be okay...

ha. girls get rid of their bfs quick at my school. lol at least the black girls anyway.

Interesting. And what school is that?

harvard. they be lookin' for the upgrade.



Not in my class.  Looks like the black women in c/o 2009 have, as a group, tended to stay with their non-law school boyfriends.

really? for some reason I think the other classes were different.


I mean, I know of a couple of couplings in my class.  I don't believe any of the women involved were in relationships prior to their HLS couplings, but I don't know too much about their business.  Even if a bunch of the women left their men upon arrival at HLS, they either haven't been impressed with us or too busy chasing B-School guys to make that fact signficant.

Re: Dating & Relationships in Law School
« Reply #56 on: July 05, 2007, 12:44:11 PM »
there probably is.. i can tell you from experience...the person that i dated in the past seemed to be intimidated by the moves that i'm making (or that i was making back then)..that doesn't seem to be a problem with my current relationship as we are both on this "power" track...i guess that makes me wonder... are some men intimidated by women that either A- make more money than they do or B- have more and/or better education?

I'm glad to see this is being discussed. I'm in a serious relationship and once I move to Chicago for ls, we'll be long distance  :(. Just hoping and praying that we'll be okay...

ha. girls get rid of their bfs quick at my school. lol at least the black girls anyway.

Interesting. And what school is that?

harvard. they be lookin' for the upgrade.



Not in my class.  Looks like the black women in c/o 2009 have, as a group, tended to stay with their non-law school boyfriends.

same at Yale.

Of the ones I know, though, there wouldn't really be anything to upgrade to.  They're all power couples.  I wonder if there's a differential in the break-up rate between those who are dating others in grad/prof schools and those who are dating people with less educational attainment.

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Re: Dating & Relationships in Law School
« Reply #57 on: July 05, 2007, 12:45:42 PM »
yes

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Re: Dating & Relationships in Law School
« Reply #58 on: July 05, 2007, 12:47:33 PM »
there probably is.. i can tell you from experience...the person that i dated in the past seemed to be intimidated by the moves that i'm making (or that i was making back then)..that doesn't seem to be a problem with my current relationship as we are both on this "power" track...i guess that makes me wonder... are some men intimidated by women that either A- make more money than they do or B- have more and/or better education?

I'm glad to see this is being discussed. I'm in a serious relationship and once I move to Chicago for ls, we'll be long distance  :(. Just hoping and praying that we'll be okay...

ha. girls get rid of their bfs quick at my school. lol at least the black girls anyway.

Interesting. And what school is that?

harvard. they be lookin' for the upgrade.



Not in my class.  Looks like the black women in c/o 2009 have, as a group, tended to stay with their non-law school boyfriends.

same at Yale.

Of the ones I know, though, there wouldn't really be anything to upgrade to.  They're all power couples.  I wonder if there's a differential in the break-up rate between those who are dating others in grad/prof schools and those who are dating people with less educational attainment.


LOL, you sound like a black Harvard woman already.  You'll fit in nicely.

But hey, you may have a point.  Some guys may be intimidated.  Entirely plausible.  Black women at Harvard may also be setting their sights too high and missing out on a lot of good guys (the Daddy's Little Girl problem).

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Re: Dating & Relationships in Law School
« Reply #59 on: July 05, 2007, 12:49:22 PM »
there probably is.. i can tell you from experience...the person that i dated in the past seemed to be intimidated by the moves that i'm making (or that i was making back then)..that doesn't seem to be a problem with my current relationship as we are both on this "power" track...i guess that makes me wonder... are some men intimidated by women that either A- make more money than they do or B- have more and/or better education?

Of course they are.  That's why you should get a dood that either doesn't mind or is also on the power track, like you said.