Thursday, November 17, 2005

bye

Well, our guest is gone. Too bad. I apparently chased him away.

Maybe he'll keep us updated at his old blog.

So if anyone else wants to do some guest blogging, let me know...

13 Comments:

At 11:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What? That's it? That was short lived. Can't we all just get along? Did he send you some stuff to post? Can you post it please?

 
At 11:20 PM, Blogger Tortious Inference said...

Oh LF, why must you tease us so... I can't believe you would titillate then dissipate...
Why, why, why....

 
At 11:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Someguy! Why do YOU tease us so? What happened?

 
At 7:06 AM, Blogger Christa said...

i want to be a guest blogger. i am not in law school but i'll probably need a lawyer some day.

 
At 10:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At 10:26 AM, Blogger some guy said...

nah, he's not a jerk-ass. he's too good for us now that he's mr. top 10! (fool-i'm kidding).

actually he said he had something written he was planning on posting here so i assume it'll be coming to his old blog soon now that it's been revived (and redesigned).

 
At 10:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

We need to get back to the top-ten/lower tier questions. IS someone at a top10 really better? Or is it stricktly perceptions? We can't find out from our profs, they all went to top-10s. So how do we know? What is animating the employers who reach out to these other schools over more local schools? Every try and get an interview at the City of Miami's Attorney's office? Maybe the state atty will give you a job, but the City atty (civil, bonds, etc) is staffed with HArvard and Yale grads. These jobs are off-limits to Florida schools. Why? What was lawfool's experience as a Miami student swimming with these fish? Did he land a spot?

 
At 1:34 PM, Blogger some guy said...

Lawfool's blog explains the reason. He posted something I didn't want on my blog. I deleted it without giving it a moment's thought (I didn't stop to think of the ramifications or whether this was worthy of being deleted or kept--I just axed it because it made me a little uncomfortable).

I asked him to come back and said I wouldn't delete any more posts but there would have to be some ground rules if he was posting on my blog. I said he and I could discuss these rules; they wouldn't be unilaterally imposed by me.

He did not want to work out any arrangement and so he said goodbye.

 
At 12:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lawfool is immature and needs to get out in the real world. When he looks back 5 years from now at what he was writing on these blogs, he will realize how retarded he sounded. Please! Being a good and sucessful lawyer takes more than just going to a certain school because that certain school will only help with your first job. After that natural selection will weed out the good lawyers from those who are only due to their school. There are many of those lawfool types who cant handle working hard... They usually bail out after a couple of years for some weak, contrived reason. Just wait and you will see what I am talking about.

 
At 10:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, Anon, you make lots of sense. That school only helps you get that first job! Right. Keep telling yourself that. Every wonder why all your law profs are from top-twn (top-5) schools. And look at all those federal judges, the name of the school seems to be a lot of top-tens. Oh, and what about those in the executive arm of the government? Sure, that law school name only goes as far as the first job.

If Bush's last nominee came from Yale instead of SMU, she would have been given a vote.

Lawfool may be a fool, but I doubt you could hold a candle to him.

 
At 8:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another immature law student statement. Grow up.

I am an attorney at one of the top firms in the U.S. and a Miami grad.

 
At 9:43 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow. And, again, will you ever be a federal judge? Will you ever be a tenured professor? Maybe. However, clearly, a hard-working Miami grad can go way further in life than a top-ten grad who sits on his ass. But, if both bust their butts, who do you think will be able to do more?

Let's compare apples to apples.

All things being equal, would you rather have Harvard or Florida State University on your resume.

I ask you again, who sits on the federal benches? Who teaches at the law schools? Who works in congress? Who works in the White House. I'm not saying a Miami grad can't rise to partner of "one of the top U.S. firms." But what if that isn't your goal?

 
At 10:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, if you do not want to practice as an attorney and want to be a judge or a professor then I have to ask why have you chosen the path you have?

 

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