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Monday, April 23, 2007 

Good Times Ahead

I'm starting my exam season studying this week, so posting will probably be light. I'm sure that the Supreme Court will hand down about 400 major opinions, just to frustrate me. I'm sure I will pop in here and there, but most of my time will be devoted to hitting the books. This is my last set of exams for law school, so I'd rather not fail them.

By the way, if anyone is looking to hire a bright young law grad, e-mail me. I, like Mr. T, need work.

What exactly is your forte again...

If you ask most people, sarcasm. But I don't think I can turn that into a career.

Seriously, I'm looking for any of the following: a traditional lawyer-type legal job, think tank/policy research stuff, political work (like on a legislator's staff), lobbying, or anything of like kind.

If anyone wants to pay me to keep running this blog, I'd be open to that too.

Oh I see now. This blog has merely been part of some elaborate job-finding scheme. You don't really care about us!

May you be stuck in fron of "The View" for hours and hours and hours.

P.S. If you want to work in patents, let me know.

Libel! I care so much about my readers that it hurts! I pulled something last night caring so much.

But seriously. I don't know if I have the science background to work in IP, but I'm certainly open to the possibility. Drop me an e-mail if you know about any employment opportunities.

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