AREA OF LAW: to work in, that has the most "pick up a woman" opportunities????

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  1. cocacolacancock

    cocacolacancock New Member

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    im gana be a lawyer,
    and i cant see why one area is better than another,
    whats an area where your more likely to get some sex?
    i was thinking family law, because of that rough situation where the woman might recently be single...

    but then again, what other areas???
     
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    How about Lesbian Rights? I'm sure you'd find yourself welcomed with open arms.
    (Please, oh please, oh please . . . someone tell me that the OP's thread starter is just a tasteless joke . . . please!)
     
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    Law is really quite a powerful aphrodisiac, isn't it?????

    You simply can't lose choosing any AREA OF LAW. Really. :rolleyes:

    Politics is where lawyers get to fuck everybody in legion numbers
     
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    I'd suggest you represent battered women's shelters; there's plenty of available poon there, and they're wicked vulnerable, too.

    Just tell 'em they're pretty and you'll be in like Flynn.
     
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    i want to work with woman, lots of woman.

    but most law is probably all about the same people you work with everyday, whats an area of law with a high turn over of different people, any lawyers on here???

    i just want my job to combine with my need for meeting lots of people.'


    politics?? really???
    no because it will ruin your reputation.
     
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    Wills! Probates! You'll have plenty of confused, emotionally depleted, and vulnerable widows to victimize! Don't forget the daughters!

    Also, if you handle divorces for women who are "not quite able to pay", you'll get lots of opportunities to "work something out", know what I mean, winkwinknudgenudge?
     
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    All the lawyers I know on this board are either gay or female.
     
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    Divorce.

    Without a doubt.
     
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    The whole thing sounds like a mess to me. I would think law firms would discourage it.
     
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    Maybe some lessons in grammar and punctuation before any attempts at breeding? I'm just saying.
     
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    In my career I have worked in the following areas, Entertainment, International, Intellectual Property, Criminal, Public Interest, and Sports. My advice to you is to make your choices based on your interests and strengths and pursue these opportunities. You will find that your sex life will be much less complicated if you keep it separated from your professional life otherwise your legal malpractice insurance is likely to be very expensive.
     
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