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Quote from: Fr. George on January 15, 2017, 04:25:33 PMI don't typically presume to speak for Mor You can presume to speak for Mor.
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Please pray for me and the other December graduates of my law school. We sit for the bar exam today and the next today days.
As a law librarian, you most certainly have my prayers...and sympathy
You must work for a really big firm Schultz. I didn't know there were too many people working as law librarians since everything went online.
All done! All done! All done!Thank you everyone for your prayers! (Hopefully, they're worth enough partial credit to get me through!)
Thank you for the prayers everyone, because.....I PASSED, I PASSED, I PASSED, I PASSED, I PASSED, I PASSED, I PASSED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(Uh oh, I'm an oath away from being an attorney! Look out, Texas!)
Congratulations!Serve God.Serve God.Serve God.(Sorry to repeat myself, but it will help you to remember!)
Oh great, just what we need, another lawyer...... Congrats my friend, may the legal research always support your side (or at least give you enough to debunk the opposing counsel).In any event I was talking with my professor the other day in my tax class and he agrees more and more that accountants are essentially becoming lawyers without JDs. Its a scary thought.
Scarier thought: laywers (and judges) are essentially becoming accountants with JDs.Who's the patron saint of lawyers? There is none, tell's you something.May you become the first canonized lawyer. Many years!
What about Saint Genesius of Rome?
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