MrAnon wrote:oh please. Every 0L and 1L on this board, with exception of those at HYS would sign away rights to their first borne son in order to attend CLS.
Ehh I wasn't impressed with CLS even though it is obviously a great school.
Anyway, this guy is an idiot and no, i don't feel sorry for him in the least bit. The guy from CLS maybe a little bit but some fool that borrows all that money and then drops this BS:
“When it was my turn, I said, ‘Labor Day is about celebrating the 40-hour workweek, weekends, that sort of thing,’ ” Mr. Wallerstein recalls. “She said, ‘Well, workers have that now so you don’t need a day off to celebrate it.’ ”
He lasted less than a month.
I thought at least sorry for the fiancée that was hopefully devising an exit plan until I read this:
Mr. Wallerstein is chatting over lunch one recent afternoon with his fiancée, Karin Michonski. She, too, seems unperturbed by his dizzying collection of i.o.u.’s. Despite those debts, she hopes that he does not wind up in one of those time-gobbling corporate law jobs.
Oh and at the end there is this little gem:
MR. WALLERSTEIN, for his part, is not complaining. Once you throw in the intangibles of having a J.D., he says, he is one of law schools’ satisfied customers.
“It’s a prestige thing,” he says. “I’m an attorney. All of my friends see me as a person they look up to. They understand I’m in a lot of debt, but I’ve done something they feel they could never do and the respect and admiration is important.”
Maybe natural selection will kick in and we will be rid of people like this forever so I think TTTs might be beneficial to society.