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No one still knows it, because it's not true. I mean, I guess you can roll with some blogger, email chain, whatever, but I think I'll stick with the Annenberg Center: http://www.factcheck.org/2012/06/the...-law-licenses/
Originally Posted by isabella
i read your reference...most lawyers keep their status so that if they ever want to practice law again they don't have to go through all the nonsensical paperwork. people who choose to do this are usually retired and in their 60's and 70's.
Originally Posted by BrettAshley
haha, he did try to get away with that constitutional law professor crap, didn't he? i went to the u of chicago(undergraduate) and almost every single graduate student i knew was a "lecturer".
maybe you don't consider that lying, but if you're caught fudging your qualifications or lying on your references...if HR finds out that could preclude you from getting the job.
but what the hell, he's only president. so what, if he told a couple of white lies. i always told the truth on my job applications. i wouldn't have thought to lie about them. but that's just me. i guess i was old fashioned.
if you want "level playing fields" let's really have "level playing fields".