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Re: article--low salaries for law grads

Postby TommyK » Tue Jul 12, 2011 11:37 am

nice use of the anon feature

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Re: article--low salaries for law grads

Postby kaiser » Tue Jul 12, 2011 11:40 am

"Turns out 99% of grads do not get jobs within nine months of graduation as many elite schools report each year."

Lol at the double meaning of this sentence. I first read it and was like "wait, 99% of kids can't get jerbz!?"

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Re: article--low salaries for law grads

Postby cinephile » Tue Jul 12, 2011 11:49 am

The salaries weren't so low.

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Re: article--low salaries for law grads

Postby micwrecka45 » Tue Jul 12, 2011 12:50 pm

APimpNamedSlickback wrote:that article was written by the same dude that gave us all this gem: http://blogs.forbes.com/kurtbadenhausen ... ting-rich/

my brain now hurts from having read something so breathtakingly stupid. the author (and perhaps the op?) should be forced to take a remedial logic class before ever being allowed to speak again


seriously.

lol @ going to rutgers, santa clara, brigham as a ticket to being rich. dude is just feeding the law school deception machine.

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Re: article--low salaries for law grads

Postby vanwinkle » Wed Jul 13, 2011 11:16 am

TommyK wrote:nice use of the anon feature

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Read it. Know it. Don't respond to it.

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Re: article--low salaries for law grads

Postby Anonymous User » Tue Sep 13, 2011 2:05 pm

micwrecka45 wrote:
APimpNamedSlickback wrote:that article was written by the same dude that gave us all this gem: http://blogs.forbes.com/kurtbadenhausen ... ting-rich/

my brain now hurts from having read something so breathtakingly stupid. the author (and perhaps the op?) should be forced to take a remedial logic class before ever being allowed to speak again


seriously.

lol @ going to rutgers, santa clara, brigham as a ticket to being rich. dude is just feeding the law school deception machine.


What's to "lol" about going to Santa Clara? I'm making $160K as a first year and so are several of my friends... we beat out grads from other NorCal schools for having actual work experience and useful undergrad degrees. Not to mention with the part time program many of us were able to work while studying and had little-to-no debt.

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Re: article--low salaries for law grads

Postby micwrecka45 » Sun Sep 18, 2011 9:46 pm

Anonymous User wrote:
micwrecka45 wrote:
APimpNamedSlickback wrote:that article was written by the same dude that gave us all this gem: http://blogs.forbes.com/kurtbadenhausen ... ting-rich/

my brain now hurts from having read something so breathtakingly stupid. the author (and perhaps the op?) should be forced to take a remedial logic class before ever being allowed to speak again


seriously.

lol @ going to rutgers, santa clara, brigham as a ticket to being rich. dude is just feeding the law school deception machine.


What's to "lol" about going to Santa Clara? I'm making $160K as a first year and so are several of my friends... we beat out grads from other NorCal schools for having actual work experience and useful undergrad degrees. Not to mention with the part time program many of us were able to work while studying and had little-to-no debt.


congratulations. and i don't mean that in a snarky way. that's awesome that you and your friends have managed to land great jobs. but that simply isn't true for most of the grads at your school. that's why "lol" at it being a ticket to being rich, in other words, "lol" at implying that most sc grads have a good shot at repeating your success.




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