Professionalism for Law Students/Lawyers

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CyanIdes Of March
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Re: Professionalism for Law Students/Lawyers

Postby CyanIdes Of March » Sun Mar 24, 2013 3:43 am

nouseforaname123 wrote:
WalkingPlato wrote:


Someone should tell them that their abbreviation is comical.

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stuckinthemiddle
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Re: Professionalism for Law Students/Lawyers

Postby stuckinthemiddle » Sun Mar 24, 2013 4:23 am

^Exactly what I was about to post. :lol:

And omg, more male lawyers need to have Adam Levine hair. :)

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Re: Professionalism for Law Students/Lawyers

Postby haus » Sun Mar 24, 2013 8:08 am

CyanIdes Of March wrote:
nouseforaname123 wrote:
WalkingPlato wrote:


Someone should tell them that their abbreviation is comical.

I suspect that many clients refer to their law firm with this term anyway...

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Re: Professionalism for Law Students/Lawyers

Postby A. Nony Mouse » Sun Mar 24, 2013 10:31 am

CyanIdes Of March wrote:
nouseforaname123 wrote:
WalkingPlato wrote:


Someone should tell them that their abbreviation is comical.

They know what the abbreviation means. That's the whole point.

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Re: Professionalism for Law Students/Lawyers

Postby sd5289 » Fri Mar 29, 2013 7:29 pm

WalkingPlato wrote:I want to get a tattoo and I like wearing the modern faux hawk-ish hair style, similar to the following...


Can't help you on the haircut issue (though that photo looks pretty ridiculous), but as long as you don't get a tattoo in the middle of your forehead (i.e. you can conceal it pretty easily) it won't stop you. I was in the professional world for six years prior to law school with a tattoo, and the gov't agency that hired me for this summer has no idea I have one. I guess if an employer found photos of me on the beach or something they'd spot it (it's on my arm), but that crosses a bit of line for me in attempting to regulate my personal life that has nothing to do with my work.




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