One law school graduate's attempt to find a fulfilling career in spite of his legal education.
Congratulations, Esqnever. I had to laugh when I read the quotes from the dean at Northeastern.Her argument is essentially that unhappy people primarily tell their stories. Yeah, because successful attorneys apparently cannot (or do not) utilize the internet to spread the message and keep up the faith.
I've been enjoying reading your blog thus far, and I hope things work out for you.I am so curious as to where you're from/what law school you attended, as I might be about to attend the same one (my circumstances are quite a bit different from yours, however).I got you a Christmas present, if you want it: firstname.lastname@example.org. C'mon...what respectable person uses Hotmail anymore? Paco
Hmm, what was that about Greeks bearing gifts? :) Sorry, law school has probably made me paranoid.You're right, hotmail is "so the 90's", but I guess it fits my low, level blog. Besides, I have a bunch of accounts, etc. connected to it.Thanks for the offer, anyway.In any event, I'm afraid I can't give out any additional personal information at this time. If you are going to the same 2TT I went to(or anything within probably 20-30 rankings), I'd really urge you to be cautious.Unless your "different circumstances" are getting a full ride and having a guaranteed job at graduation or being individually wealthy and just doing this for fun, please reconsider your options.If you want any additional advice, please e-mail me. (Once again, however, I cannot divulge any additional information.)Thanks for writing and the kind words.