VineyardPoloCrew13 karma2020-09-27 04:38:16 UTC
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VineyardPoloCrew3 karma2014-06-13 19:17:26 UTC
As someone who aspires to become an attorney and help people in situations like the one you found/find yourself in, what piece of advice do you have for a future attorney? What do you wish your lawyers knew now that they didn't know then?
Side note: thanks for doing this AMA. You're in my prayers for sure.
VineyardPoloCrew2 karma2014-06-13 20:59:28 UTC
That was both extremely insightful and helpful. Thank you for answering and for the dose of real honesty and your well wishes. I'll be praying for you!
VineyardPoloCrew2 karma2015-07-02 04:54:16 UTC
Considering law school in the coming years but don't like where the market is at right now. If you were considering application in the current climate, knowing what you know now, would you do it again?
VineyardPoloCrew2 karma2016-11-06 22:50:25 UTC
Love this answer. Those folks are a classic example of the radical PC crowd trying to provide a solution without a problem.
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