Just a bit of commentary about nothing in particular.
Two points....1) I'm pretty sure stabbing someone is unethical.2) As I told you in person, I'm not sure the DC Bar has produced an ethical lawyer yet.
You just wanna be able to practice everywhere huh?Good luck! =)
Stabbing is only unethical if you mean it.Good luck!
ahh, but Dara--being a lawyer who is able to practice in many different states, you must know how to get around silly little things like, you know, the law??=-)
What is the world coming to when even a lawyer sets up the lawyer jokes?Well, I'm very excited about my upcoming "Switch to InDesign" class.
To an outsider, it seems funny -- though appropriate -- that the DC bar's ethics class would be much shorter than the Florida bar's.
Jusin: Yes, stabbing is violent, but unethical? Only if they don't deserve it.And -- at least with regards to lawyers, lobbyists, and politicians -- I think that there's an inverse relationship between ethics and wealth.Needtsza: Actually, I don't really want to practice anywhere. But my student loans aren't paid off yet, so I can't retire.Evil Spock: I still don't see how stabbing is unethical. Unless I stole a wallet, too.Ryane: Because I am so ethical, I'll pretend I don't know what you're talking about.Debby: If you can't make fun of yourself, you have no business making fun of others.Mad: DC thinks it's funny too. They made us do this interactive ethics quiz thing, and for every answer it was like "Yeah, every other jurisdiction follows the common sense rule that this questionable behavior is unethical, but in DC it's okay because we're the most pro-client jurisdiction." (But really they mean "pro-lawyer".)
Oh, gotcha. For a second there I thought you were directing that at me. I suppose that makes ethical sense.
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