HamDel wrote:I've been lurking in this online psyche ward for a while now and I want to ask a question. Why do you people think the attrition rate is high enough in big firms to absorb essentially whole classes from most of the top schools in the country each year? If biglaw rules so much, don't you think more people would stay in it? The fact is 90% of you won't get beyond your fifth year as associates, and you'll wind up with some relatively boring in-house job making very average money down the line. Also, corporate attorneys take directions from fucking 23 year old investment bankers at 2 in the morning - that's not balling. What a pathetic way to look at the world.
Hey everybody, this guy just solved the problem.
Somebody fucking call Ken and get this forum shut down. There just isn't a point anymore!