posted by Josh_Segal
While the two legal professionals I know haven’t always agreed with each other, both have several friends who are lawyers.
You brought up the point that teachers eventually do retire. I think that is one of the biggest problems with our profession – compared to many others, it can take years to reach an age where you can retire; and even when it’s possible to retire, sometimes you still may need to work part-time because of how long (years) it takes for these things like retirement benefits, etc., etc., etc.
Public servants will usually be able to save for retirement due to various plans made during their time in office; but lawyers don’t often take advantage of those sorts of programs. Also thanks for pointing out that “when people ask me why I chose to become a lawyer, what I tell them is that it was only after ending my career that I came fully face-to-face with what being a lawyer really meant.”
I agree about reading more history/history school books being important – also – interesting side story… When law schools first started offering classes on Civil War history, they were having so much fun teaching this stuff they forgot all about complying with state requirements which required professors have at least four hours of ethics classes every decade Just look at some high profile cases where litigators are being exposed for apparently illegal actions……it just reminds me again why there should be far less issues between lawyers involved in
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