There’s a term for being happy on the basis that things could be worse: Stockholm Syndrome. That’s what happens in law school.
Is it beneficial to amaze your professor on the first assignment in a trial skills or other law school performance class? Or is it better to make a mediocre first impression?
Work hard and italicize your commas and you may get into lawyer heaven.
The latest news post from Doug Stephan, including paying for sex with a two-dollar bill and the aftermath of posting on liarscheatersrus.com
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With Paige, played by Jessica Garvey, we wanted to avoid the typical, perfect unattainable girl. We wanted a girl with her own issues and problems.
What do you think are my chances of getting a job at a New York firm like Wachtell or White and Case? Honestly.
It happens every semester. The congenial atmosphere in my law class evolves into a coolness that, about a month before final exams, turns cold.
Question: What do you get when you mix an unscrupulous partner trying to bilk a deep-pocketed client out of every last dollar and an associate who has to make his billables so he can pay off his $15,000 credit card bill and put a down payment on a Manhattan apartment? Answer: Billable hours that get…
Meet Paige Brenner, Loyola law grad and solo artist who blames a drummer for getting her into doc review