Women lawyers dating
They went to law school because they weren't sure who they were, stayed because it is all-engrossing, and became lawyers because it is ****ing hard not to after law school.
But I don't think many of them like it, and I don't think most ever made an affirmative choice to find what they love and do it.
It is hard to respect them more than they respect themselves.
I would date a lawyer who convinced me it was what he wanted to be doing, had an awareness that it is both a ridiculous process and has important potential for doing good, and was grounded in the physical world. My lawyer friends had lead me to suspect this for a while.
But I don't think many of them like it, and I don't think most ever made an affirmative choice to find what they love and do it." I like the law, it's a fun subject.
"Many of them were whiny in law school, especially about how hard they were working. on to an infiniate number of 9s) exactly equals the integer 1 and is equivalent to the numeral 1? Sure, law school would be easy if you didn't have to worry about your grades.
plunge: Innumeracy is a lot more basic than such esoterica as convergence of decimal representations.
It's about basic numerical reasoning -- the mathematical equivalent of being able to string words into a sentence once you've sounded them out.
I would want to practice with other people that enjoy lawyering and dont regret their choice of career.My impression was that whatever lightweight degree they did before law school had never shown them what it meant to work hard." Not me, never whined once, but then I worked between undergrad and law school so I know what the real world is like. Most law schools are set up not to flunk out any but the truly abismal. Better question yet, who do female lawyers date other than male lawyers."Lawyers themselves are often contempuous of their career and peers. How many female lawyers are willing to marry men who make less money than them?And, as with residency (at least as it was in the good old days) doing scut work for 164 hours a week under the supervision of abusive sub-humans results in a sense of entitlement, a dislike of ones profession, and tends to mold the recipients of this treatment to be like their mentors Many of them were whiny in law school, especially about how hard they were working.One of the many things I hated about law school was how many people in law school thought they were brilliant and how they thought the law was some great intellectual pursuit and was something more than a glorified trade. It was more about learning tricks of the trade than actually learning.