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Privileged people don't march and protest; their world is safe and clean and governed by laws designed to keep them happy.
All students enter law school with a certain amount of idealism and desire to serve the public, but after three years of brutal competition we care for nothing but the right job with the right firm where we can make partner in seven years and earn big bucks.
She was pondering the option of law school, the great American baby-sitter for directionless postgrads.
We learned after the first semester in law school that it's best never to discuss exams. If notes are compared afterwards, you become painfully aware of things you missed.
I don't feel stupid, just inadequate. After three years of studying the law, I'm very much aware of how little I know.
The mother of a trophy wife is not automatically a trophy mother-in-law.
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Even a stopped clock is right twice every day. After some years, it can boast of a long series of successes.
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February 8, 1955
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