Will New Lawyers Redefine “Law Firm Hot?”

I came across this looking for an e-book to study for Friday’s MPRE (I took it my 3L year and got a 117, but that score has expired and so I have to take it again, and get at least a 75 to be admitted in Alabama).

According to Amazon, customers who bought Kaplan PMBR: Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) (Kindle Edition) also bought, among other things, Naturally Thin: Unleash Your SkinnyGirl and Free Yourself from a Lifetime of Dieting (Kindle Edition) by Real Housewife of New York Bethenny Frankel.

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15 Responses to “Will New Lawyers Redefine “Law Firm Hot?””

  1. Shark Says:

    Most female 3L’s studying for the bar have gone thru law school, and have yet to find a meal ticket in the form of a guy who can pay for them to do squat. So they’re out there looking to snare a dude with money.

    Most of them are worn out, definitely NOT hot, often f***ed out by guys who have sampled the merchandise multiple times, and determined to move on to hotter, more nubile babes.

    So these broads are out there buying self-help books to make them think there is something left between their legs that will attract the successful guy.

    Unfortunately, the only type of guy that will find a 28 year old female 3L studying for the bar is a fat, balding 50 something partner who has his own problem with his fat, balding 50 something wife and his teenage kids who are useless.

    Get it, dude?

  2. Bob Says:

    I’m studying for the MPRE, too. Isn’t it fun?

  3. bl1y Says:

    Shark has apparently confused the bar and the MPRE.

  4. Shark Says:

    OK, I did, but don’t tell me some 24 year old woman taking MPRE, for instance is a beauty, because by the time they’re taking the bar a year or so later, they are clearly no beauties; in fact many are outright DAWGs!

    Bl1y, you may be the smartest Black law student in Alabamee but there’s no way you can’t agree with me here, dude!

  5. bl1y Says:

    Actually, at the AL bar there was a pretty decent number of hot girls. I assume they were are TTT and T4 grads, of course.

  6. Bob Says:

    HA!

    How hard is the MPRE?

  7. bl1y Says:

    The questions are really hard, but the test is easy to pass.

    It is 50 multiple choice questions plus 10 experimental, and you get 2 hours. It’s graded on a scale of 50 to 150 with a median score of 100. I haven’t been able to see what the curve looks like, but I assume it’s a normal bell curve. The highest score required to pass is an 85, but many states will take a 75.

    So, only 25% of the domain of the bell curve falls in the failing range, and that’s a very skinny part of the curve, so I imagine only something like 10% of people fail. I got a 117 when I took it my 3L year.

  8. Bob Says:

    Thanks! Is 1 week enough to study for it? Wow, the questions are hard?! The practice questions don’t seem too bad, but, of course, I also thought that about the MBE…

    So should I be freaking out?

    I apologize for my conclusory statement the other day about MBE copyright law. I’ll get back to you when I can put more thought into it :P

  9. bl1y Says:

    1 week is about 6 days too much.

    Most people get out of the MPRE thinking they failed, but of course, almost no one does. Part of it is that 1 in 6 questions are experimental, so you’ll see some completely foreign looking stuff.

  10. Bob Says:

    Yeah, I’ve been pretty bored studying it most of the time. I’m worried about the differences between “should”, “shall”, etc.

    Do you have a job in Alabama?

  11. bl1y Says:

    No job.

    For learning this stuff, try to just internalize the bigger principles. Withdrawing due to a conflict is almost always shall. Revealing that your client is going to kill someone is a should or a may.

  12. Bob Says:

    Nice. Thanks to you I started to read online about the difficulty of the MPRE. Apparently, it is really tricky.

    Why Alabama?

  13. bl1y Says:

    It’s definitely tricky, but again, you don’t need to do very well at all to pass.

    And I’m in Alabama because my parents don’t charge me rent.

  14. Shark Says:

    And there evidently is some hot twat around that is willing to spread for this dude!

  15. K2010 Says:

    I proctored the MPRE 3 times and I saw some of the same smart kids from law school a couple times. I thought that was interesting with all the blogs and comments from friends how easy it is. I think it is easy too, but I guess it isn’t as easy to pass as everyone says. I used barbri and thought it helped.

    PS. shark, don’t take out your anger on MPRE blogs because your penis is too short and skinny.

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