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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby cartercl » Mon May 31, 2010 4:19 pm

Locke N. Lawded wrote:The hits just keep on coming from Jesse J. Clark's blog:

Why we Need to Get Rid of Facebook, Myspace and Twitter
As you may know, technology is changing how we live. Some technology is great, like technology that helps the medical personnel, law enforcement personnel and the like but some technology is just garbage. Our children are growing up in the Facebook, Myspace and Twitter era. Yes, I understand that Facebook and Myspace are sites used to reunite and communicate with friends, however, that's all our kids care about. Not only can we get online to facebook and myspace, we also get it on our cell phones. It seems as though our faces are stuck to the computer or cell phone updating our "status" on either Facebook, Myspace or Twitter. I mean, who really cares what you are doing. Don't you people want some privacy? Why would you tell the world what you are doing and where you are at. Why do you post pictures for people to see? How about you people deactivate your accounts and do something with you life? Read a book? Get a job? Do some homework?

We are all going to learn that these sites will have a bad effect on our kids if we do not control it.


This one is particularly ironic, no? :wink:


I guess that's what happens when you don't require an LSAT for admission.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby LAWLAW09 » Mon May 31, 2010 4:26 pm

the educational value of this is priceless...sticky?

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby vlsorbust » Mon May 31, 2010 4:30 pm

booyakasha45 wrote:
Holly Golightly wrote:I sincerely hope this is a giant flame. :lol:


I'm afraid it might not be. Rose Clayton is real.

http://lawyers.law.cornell.edu/lawyer/r ... on-1484043


I don't think that's the same Rose Clayton, though. When I googled Rose Clayton, I thought that was the same person too, at first. But if you check http://www.claytonlawoffices.com/attorneyprofile.shtml, whom I think is the Rose Clayton in this case, she actually went to Western New England.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby xiening » Mon May 31, 2010 4:31 pm

cartercl wrote:
Locke N. Lawded wrote:The hits just keep on coming from Jesse J. Clark's blog:

Why we Need to Get Rid of Facebook, Myspace and Twitter
As you may know, technology is changing how we live. Some technology is great, like technology that helps the medical personnel, law enforcement personnel and the like but some technology is just garbage. Our children are growing up in the Facebook, Myspace and Twitter era. Yes, I understand that Facebook and Myspace are sites used to reunite and communicate with friends, however, that's all our kids care about. Not only can we get online to facebook and myspace, we also get it on our cell phones. It seems as though our faces are stuck to the computer or cell phone updating our "status" on either Facebook, Myspace or Twitter. I mean, who really cares what you are doing. Don't you people want some privacy? Why would you tell the world what you are doing and where you are at. Why do you post pictures for people to see? How about you people deactivate your accounts and do something with you life? Read a book? Get a job? Do some homework?

We are all going to learn that these sites will have a bad effect on our kids if we do not control it.


This one is particularly ironic, no? :wink:


I guess that's what happens when you don't require an LSAT for admission.




Change! Yes we can! LMAO!!!!! :mrgreen:

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby FeuerFrei » Mon May 31, 2010 4:43 pm

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby OG Loc » Mon May 31, 2010 5:13 pm

FeuerFrei wrote:
"I have the constitution here, the bill of rights there, I have the scales of justice, a gavel, I have legal treatise, law books, um, I have pictures of the founding fathers. I HAVE IT ALL!!"


I was just gonna type this lol


I bet his office smells of rich mahogany.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby vlsorbust » Mon May 31, 2010 5:27 pm

OG Loc wrote:
FeuerFrei wrote:
"I have the constitution here, the bill of rights there, I have the scales of justice, a gavel, I have legal treatise, law books, um, I have pictures of the founding fathers. I HAVE IT ALL!!"


I was just gonna type this lol


I bet his office smells of rich mahogany.


And perhaps even fine corinthian leather.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby Paichka » Mon May 31, 2010 5:47 pm

OG Loc wrote:
FeuerFrei wrote:
"I have the constitution here, the bill of rights there, I have the scales of justice, a gavel, I have legal treatise, law books, um, I have pictures of the founding fathers. I HAVE IT ALL!!"


I was just gonna type this lol


I bet his office smells of rich mahogany.


It's made with bits of real panther, so you know it's good.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby romothesavior » Mon May 31, 2010 5:53 pm

Based on this guy's response, I don't think he has any idea how toasted he is. This will follow him forever, and I almost feel bad for him. Almost.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby Locke N. Lawded » Mon May 31, 2010 6:02 pm

romothesavior wrote:Based on this guy's response, I don't think he has any idea how toasted he is. This will follow him forever, and I almost feel bad for him. Almost.


Agreed. He actually posts on his blog that he's planning to sue a prospective employer? Who in their right mind would dare to interview him now knowing that if he doesn't like their terms that they'll get into a freaking flame war?

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby 06132010 » Mon May 31, 2010 6:06 pm

vlsorbust wrote:
booyakasha45 wrote:
Holly Golightly wrote:I sincerely hope this is a giant flame. :lol:


I'm afraid it might not be. Rose Clayton is real.

http://lawyers.law.cornell.edu/lawyer/r ... on-1484043


I don't think that's the same Rose Clayton, though. When I googled Rose Clayton, I thought that was the same person too, at first. But if you check http://www.claytonlawoffices.com/attorneyprofile.shtml, whom I think is the Rose Clayton in this case, she actually went to Western New England.


I don't think having a listing on Cornell's site means she went to Cornell law. Cornell's Legal Information Institute just makes legal sources available for free, so I'm guessing attorneys can submit their information to be listed on the website. The number on the listing matches the one on her website.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby honestabe84 » Mon May 31, 2010 6:14 pm

This seriously has to be a joke. I just cannot believe it. If it actually is real, this guy needs to be committed.

Incidentally, it was funny how he randomly decided to insult Scalia in one of the emails.

Also, he's obviously very serious about being a lawyer. I mean a gavel, the Constitution, and even pictures of the founding fathers. It's surprising that Obama is knocking down his door for appointment to the bench.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby Locke N. Lawded » Mon May 31, 2010 6:25 pm

Another thing he's probably not thinking about either is passing character and fitness. Not sure if MA has a rule about this, but it surely can't look good.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby vlsorbust » Mon May 31, 2010 6:26 pm

booyakasha45 wrote:
vlsorbust wrote:
booyakasha45 wrote:
Holly Golightly wrote:I sincerely hope this is a giant flame. :lol:


I'm afraid it might not be. Rose Clayton is real.

http://lawyers.law.cornell.edu/lawyer/r ... on-1484043


I don't think that's the same Rose Clayton, though. When I googled Rose Clayton, I thought that was the same person too, at first. But if you check http://www.claytonlawoffices.com/attorneyprofile.shtml, whom I think is the Rose Clayton in this case, she actually went to Western New England.


I don't think having a listing on Cornell's site means she went to Cornell law. Cornell's Legal Information Institute just makes legal sources available for free, so I'm guessing attorneys can submit their information to be listed on the website. The number on the listing matches the one on her website.


Ah, ok -for some reason it seemed to me that the link you quoted was the alumni site.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby people want what » Mon May 31, 2010 6:50 pm

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby honestabe84 » Mon May 31, 2010 6:51 pm

This has to be a flame. This guy has zero common sense.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby Locke N. Lawded » Mon May 31, 2010 6:55 pm

honestabe84 wrote:This has to be a flame. This guy has zero common sense.


Come on, no one with a Constitution and a Bill of Rights on the wall could be a flame! :D

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby honestabe84 » Mon May 31, 2010 7:01 pm

Here's his resume http://www.xtreme-web-designs.com/resume.jpg

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby Royal » Mon May 31, 2010 7:01 pm

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Everything but a degree from a law school accredited by the ABA.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massachuse ... ool_of_Law

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby Bildungsroman » Mon May 31, 2010 7:04 pm

I saw his LinkedIn profile (it looks like it's been taken down now) and it was hilarious. The man has a serious problem with his capslock key.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby ze2151 » Mon May 31, 2010 8:01 pm

I'm surprised anyone thinks this is a flame. People are absolutely this stupid. Jesse Clark is really in for it.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby Icculus » Mon May 31, 2010 9:07 pm

Looks like he doesn't have to worry about being googled by an employer:

As a result of the recent events that have occurred these past couple of days in regards to Attorney Rose Clayton’s posting of our now not so private email conversation, I feel compelled to make this last and final blog and say goodbye to this “prestigious” profession.


I like how he closes:
What will I do now? Will I ever go back to law school and obtain my J.D.?


Survey says...not a chance.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby UrbanAchievers » Mon May 31, 2010 9:14 pm

Damn. The video was taken down already. Wish I had saved a copy of that little gem.

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby honestabe84 » Mon May 31, 2010 9:19 pm

UrbanAchievers wrote:Damn. The video was taken down already. Wish I had saved a copy of that little gem.


Why would it be taken down?

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Re: Looking for a job? Never do what Jesse J. Clark did!

Postby chicoalto0649 » Mon May 31, 2010 9:30 pm

honestabe84 wrote:
UrbanAchievers wrote:Damn. The video was taken down already. Wish I had saved a copy of that little gem.


Why would it be taken down?



will this suffice?


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