reasonable_man wrote:Patriot1208 wrote:reasonable man wrote:
I'm the exception, not the rule and frankly, what I went through to get where I am is something that a) most won't do and b) required a lot of luck for things to fall into place. As far as my commitment to pro bono, I take on pro bono cases when I believe I should and do take time out of my schedule to help people when I think that someone is deserving of a helping hand. Unlike volunteers in Americorps and the like, I do it quietly, without recognition and only for the discrete purpose of helping someone out.
I'm guessing gay prostitute who finally sucked off the right hiring partner. But at least the school could list you as employed at graduation.
Shockingly, I did not have to suck a single cock for work...
If you claim that law school is a life ruiner then offer up some alternative career recommendations.