slawww wrote: spleenworship wrote:
slawww wrote:That's some deep shit, man. Judging from what you said in the above post, I think you care too much about what other people think about you.
You have no idea how the legal profession works, do you?
That's a real nice strawman.
You can have a great professional reputation and still care too much about people think about you.
Check your own strawman, bro. While you are right that you can have a great professional reputation and still care too much about what people think of you, what I was trying to point out is that scotusnerd's comments have to do with building your rep starting from ASD, and having to care then about what other people think about you.
But by all means, let kids bring their helicopter mommies and daddies with them and get judged then, as you suggest is ok. Because I'm sure I'll forget the spoiled rich kid who was a pathetic extension of his WASP parents when it comes time to work with or against him. I won't remember for the rest of my life or anything. That kind of pathetic fades quickly from your brain.
No, wait... as a 2L I still distinctly remember his name. And for the rest of my career I'll remember him as the spoiled, wimpy rich kid. I sure as hell don't want to work with him... and despite his brains I look forward to be opposing counsel someday. Because mommy can't save him in the courtroom when I metaphorically recreate that scene from Deliverance on him.