Rigo wrote:Thomas Hagan, ESQ. wrote:Rigo wrote:Yeah I think ferris is very misguided in his affinity for CT and he doesn't have a real plan for a legal career or to address his transportation issues. I do not think he should go to law school at all. That being said, his dislike of NYC is the main reason that he's flailing about and considering subpar options so he won't have to return to NYC even though Cardozo is the more affordable (without sacrificing outcomes) option and would allow him to forgo learning to drive and getting a car.
I don't think ferris is going to get his desired outcome from any law school because bottom line he doesn't want to be a lawyer and is using law school as nothing more than a way to put off the struggles of adulthood and as a perceived stepping stone into politics.
Not going to UConn shouldn't mean going to Cardozo, it should mean not going to law school at all in the fall.
Im rooting for you ferris, but I think you lack the necessary maturity and wisdom to go to law school. You should take a step back and not go instead of trying to determine which is the least bad of bad options.
This is exactly what we've been saying until page 20, when everyone kind of gave up.
Like I said, it's Fifty First Dates but if Drew Barrymore never figured shit out every single day.
Let me just write my own lil recap of the 20 pages, mannnn.
I just don't think the course correction for 20 pages of NOT UCONN should be Cardozo if he's clearly going to be miserable. I'd probably vote going to UConn with a positive and hopeful attitude than going to Cardozo dejected.
I just feel uneasy about all of this in general so add an implied to all my posts ITT.
Haha I completely agree with that but I think everyone here has been saying "Either suck it up and go to Cardozo, or don't go to law school at all (since his other options aren't really viable and his career goals don't really require law school)."