Law in Contemporary Society
Why law school is not important. To steal a line from Yeats, “A lonely impulse of delight drove to this tumult in the clouds.” I always slouched towards law school, and majoring in math provided the appropriate gravitational slingshot. The important question is what I hope to gain. I want one last fling with academia, the less pragmatic the better. I want a lucrative career. I want to master sophistry, so that I may place my thumb adroitly on the scales and ensure a favorable outcome. "I beheld that the meaning of life was to make a living; its goal, to become Chief Justice."

-- StephenSevero - 14 Jan 2010


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