Monday, February 22, 2010


As most of you know, I'm usually not one for short posts, but until I find out how this recent job prospect turns out (one way or the other), I don't think I'm going to have time for any "feature" posts. I'll try to provide some shorter posts (like this one) until then.

Also, I know that my posting rate has declined remarkably from about once a day in November to about once a week this month. When I first started this blog, I was trying to sort out how I was going to proceed with my job search now that I was convinced I didn't want to be an attorney.

I, therefore, had a lot more time to post articles, create youtube videos, etc. Recently, I've become a lot more proactive with my job search and other endeavors, so I've had less time to invest in this blog. It isn't that I don't have a lot to say, it's just that I don't have as much time to invest in writing as I used to.

Moreover, I really prefer writing long, detailed or creative articles, so it sometimes takes a while for me to create publishable material. I probably have about half a dozen partially completed articles on everything from insurance sales to my bar prep experience sitting in the queue.

In any event, I want to thank everyone for their well wishes regarding my upcoming interview. It will be held later this week. I don't want to give too many details rights now, but I promise to share as much information as possible as I move throughout the process.

Some questions were, however, raised in the comments section of my last post that I'm willing to address:
  • I did work, full time for two years before enrolling in law school
  • The job is in the computer industry - It isn't a development role, but it does require a strong quantitative and computer background
  • I applied via a listing on an on-line job board - no special networking connections - I did submit both a cover letter and a resume
As mentioned, I will be sure to update everyone on my response to the "Why law school?" question in addition to any other pertinent information.

Also, Esq. Never may receive some additional media exposure in the near future. I'll be sure to keep everyone apprised.


  1. You've been on the scene a short time, but you've made quite an impact by being the voice of overqualified and underutilized law graduates.

  2. Good luck on the interview. You have provided another strong voice for overqualified JDs. Thanks for that!

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