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#metoo in law

It has to be widespread? I mean someone like David Boise wa tedandlisa12311/23/17
At my law school, big law firms got their hands on the "face notreallyalawyer11/23/17
I agree. Review the associate page of any major law firm an tedandlisa12311/23/17
I've been on doc review projects with a handful of hot chick notreallyalawyer11/23/17
The type of strong, independent minded young people who attr triplesix11/23/17
I legitimately laughed out aloud. People around me are stari ugly11/30/17
A broad at my preftigious school gave up her womanly purity isthisit11/23/17
This scenario happened at my school too... She got one ye triplesix11/23/17
Lol this was at Rutgers. It seems to me, based on your story isthisit11/23/17
I have been hearing these stories since I have been in lawl triplesix11/23/17
And then what? Did your snitching have any impact? esquire13811/30/17
I don't understand the appeal. I did the adjunct thing and i flyer1412/12/17
My latest doc review project, no young people notreallyalawyer11/30/17
What lol? What city are you riding the circuit on? isthisit11/30/17
Dc. They even added many people today. It’s pissible they notreallyalawyer12/01/17
#metoo is a war at the top of the pyramid, just like all the maverick12/12/17
Titcr triplesix12/12/17
tedandlisa123 (Nov 23, 2017 - 11:10 am)

It has to be widespread? I mean someone like David Boise was intimately involved in hiring black cube and covering it up. All these 1% types run in the same circles. Charlie Rose using a car service to bring young professional girls to his beach side home to review files and organize tapes sounds like something a rich law firm partner would do. The competitive NYC legal market always reminded me of Hollywood. Young, poor people flooding into town with big dreams of international, sports and entertainment law. 1 decent law job for every 30 applicants. People hustling side gigs and an exploitative doc review industry that has eerie similarities to the porn industry.

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notreallyalawyer (Nov 23, 2017 - 11:42 am)

At my law school, big law firms got their hands on the "facebook" of classes, and could see what the students look like. For one particular year, the hot women all got interviews with the biglaw firms, regardless of class rank and law review experience, that immediately stopped as soon as OCS blocked access to firms of the facebook.

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tedandlisa123 (Nov 23, 2017 - 11:55 am)

I agree. Review the associate page of any major law firm and compare the looks of the female associates to the typical female on any doc review project. Much younger and hotter on average. Are you telling me that hotter, younger women just happen to be better writers with better law school grades? Once in the law firm, most associates get weeded out. I wonder what it takes to climb the ladder.

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notreallyalawyer (Nov 23, 2017 - 12:27 pm)

I've been on doc review projects with a handful of hot chicks. I know one for certain who was screwing associates and partners at the firm (after she had me first), and she was kept around when everyone else got canned. She later married a rich guy. I can't say that for the other hot chicks doing doc review, there's only been about two, the other one was married to an associate at another firm..

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triplesix (Nov 23, 2017 - 11:39 am)

The type of strong, independent minded young people who attracted to law have too much integrity to fuk for career opportunities.


Jaja

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ugly (Nov 30, 2017 - 12:26 pm)

I legitimately laughed out aloud. People around me are staring at me now. Awkward.

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isthisit (Nov 23, 2017 - 12:06 pm)

A broad at my preftigious school gave up her womanly purity to a professor 1L year. I assume it was for grades. Since this dude looked like a troll and she was a law school 6.5/10.

A friend caught her giving up neck in the parking lot of a popular bar near campus and spread that info around our circle of friends.

I don't think it ever got back to the school.

#so #brave #feminism #nosnitching

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triplesix (Nov 23, 2017 - 1:00 pm)

This scenario happened at my school too...

She got one year gig at the firm, which followed by adjunct role at lawl school. She aiming at writing prof position. I wonder if she got it haha

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isthisit (Nov 23, 2017 - 1:16 pm)

Lol this was at Rutgers. It seems to me, based on your story, that women are not opposed to giving it up for their advantage 🤔.

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triplesix (Nov 23, 2017 - 2:03 pm)

I have been hearing these stories since I have been in lawl school. Goblin professors chasing law school hot chix.

This fuker actually married this chick. He was second highest paid proff in lawl school too.nearly 420k. I told dean they should fire him haha

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esquire138 (Nov 30, 2017 - 5:51 pm)

And then what? Did your snitching have any impact?

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flyer14 (Dec 12, 2017 - 12:33 pm)

I don't understand the appeal. I did the adjunct thing and it took me all of three seconds to say "would not" to the entire class.

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notreallyalawyer (Nov 30, 2017 - 7:38 pm)

My latest doc review project, no young people

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isthisit (Nov 30, 2017 - 8:12 pm)

What lol? What city are you riding the circuit on?

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notreallyalawyer (Dec 1, 2017 - 6:40 pm)

Dc. They even added many people today. It’s pissible they are recent grads but they are not young

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maverick (Dec 12, 2017 - 8:50 am)

#metoo is a war at the top of the pyramid, just like all the BS feminist statistics about pay inequity. The hot chicks that monetized their looks/sex and got ahead won't complain (until something goes sideways). The females that did not get ahead will cry harassment, and maybe some of them will end up getting paid. However, for us peons, all of this is irrelevant.

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triplesix (Dec 12, 2017 - 10:24 am)

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