skri65 wrote:scrowell wrote:skri65 wrote:
Yes, and those are poor goals for most students.
For the vast majority of students in law school, those goals will not get students a job sufficient to pay off their debt. It is shocking that you are unable to understand that what worked for you is a minor miracle, and to give the advice you give to students as if what worked for you will work for them is not only statistically wrong, but flat out irresponsible of you. You should hate yourself for what you are doing. I worry for your company if you apply the kind of awareness that you display on this board to your legal responsibilities.
I am a ray of hope my man. I hustled and got a good job. I feel sorry for people that are too afraid to stray from the status quo. I read TLS prior to LS. I knew myself and believed in myself. It worked out. Granted, I had to work nearly full time while going to school, but nonetheless, it worked out. Fear is the enemy.
You really don't get it.
I get that you're saying advising people to do what I did is irresponsible.
It worked for me. I've seen it work for others from even "worse" law schools.
Stay confident, keep it real, things might just work out.