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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.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.Law school was the easiest of my graduate degrees (but then, I am very verbal and didn't care about my grades).Lawyers themselves are often contempuous of their career and peers.It is hard to respect them more than they respect themselves." I haven't noticed this. I agree with the post that law students are not representative of lawyers. I'm an engineer and some of the people who did those 'lightweight degrees' at my school are some of the most brilliant legal minds I know. It certainly doesn't require logical thinking to be a good lawyer, or adherence to objective facts or the truth.
I know it sounds harsh, but you try sitting through conversations about which company will loan an extra 5 grand for "bar preparation expenses..." "I'm a quarter million in already. I hear Jordans is offering no payments for a year on living rooms." Pathetic. "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.If being a lawyer makes you THINK you are an expert on any subject (from environmental data to evolution), as it often apparently does, isn't that good enough?Who wouldn't want to be married to a world reknowned expert on everything AND who is also a lawyer?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. When I went to law school, I thought my degree in chemistry and five years working as an environmental chemist would actually help me in the only area of law I was remotely interested in practicing in--environmental law.I quickly discovered that my technical background was actually a hinderance to my goals and that practicing environmental attorneys were, on the whole, actually hostile to the technical details of environmental practice, especially when the facts ran counter to the position they were advocating.