Law School Discussion


What are you planning to do with your JD?

Big Law firm
28 (15.9%)
Mid size firm
30 (17%)
Small Firm
23 (13.1%)
27 (15.3%)
In House Counsel
30 (17%)
14 (8%)
24 (13.6%)

Total Members Voted: 77

For the older students, say 28+

Re: For the older students, say 28+
« Reply #60 on: July 31, 2006, 12:27:18 PM »

I suspect the positiveness of my experience has also been because I don't work in the IT industry, I work in the IT department of an oil and gas company. So we work with a lot of programmers and such, but very few of them have that 'engineer mentality'. Granted, there is one guy I work with that I can think of who is like that -- I like him, but I'm glad I don't have to work with him very closely on a daily basis, because I'd want to smack him over the head.

Most of the nice IT guys I meet are already married. I have a close friend who is a developer and married my college roommate, but I absolutely could not stand him initially. It seems like a lot of developers/engineers need someone who can help calm them down, and I am not that woman!


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Re: For the older students, say 28+
« Reply #61 on: September 22, 2006, 11:59:05 AM »
the more i hear about big law, the worse it seems.

everything bad liek a corp, and ALL LAWYERS!