JPrezy87 wrote:Patriot1208 wrote:JPrezy87 wrote:romothesavior wrote:I want so badly to believe you are just trollin us (and you probably are), but I know there are tons of naive 0Ls out there who think this way, so there is a good chance you are real.
Good luck, and may god have mercy on your soul. You're gonna need it with 200k in loans at your TTT.
why does he have to be a troll? and why does he have to be going to a TTT instead of a Top 50 or 100? Can't a guy have a genuine desire to go mid or petite law?
In other words...why do you have to be a such a douche?
It's fine if he has a genuine desire for small family law. Other people in this thread have expressed that same opinion and no one has jumped on them. The difference is that this guy is telling us that because he is smart, he can go to a tier 2 or TTT, work in small law, and be succesful enough to easily pay off 200k in loans. Paying off 200k in loans, in small law, is almost impossible to do. It's just the lack of rational, economic thinkg that is disconcerting about that post.
and where does he say he plans on going to a TTT?! And where did he say he's going to take out 200 k in loans? he said DOESN'T NEED to take out 200 k (the typical cost of an elite, tier 1 school) in loans to be successful as an attorney, which means he's probably going to go to a decent in state school instead of harvard or yale
This is the "alll non tier 1" thread. So, we assume it's a tier 2 or TTT. And, his last sentence is incomprehensible but I assumed it was going to be somehting along the lines that 200k in loans isn't going to stop him.
ETA even if i'm misunderstanding what he is saying, there are plenty of people out there who do fit the mold of what we are talking about.