Bitter Brief 26: Lawyers-R-Us, the Triple X Domain, and Googling Law School Applicants


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On this week’s installment of The Bitter Brief, we provide a point/counterpoint on the issue of whether law school and the bar exam should be abolished, and we venture into cyberspace as our discussion turns to the new .xxx domain name. Plus, how prospective law students are being Googled like crazy by admissions officers.

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1 Comment

  1. Patent Litigator

    October 27, 2011 at 11:48 am

    It is no denying there are too many useless lawyers from whom the public come to form there experience. Although I do not agree entirely with what Clifford Winston wrote in his piece, but the fact that the legal profession being a cartel is what keeps those useless lawyers somewhat employed.

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