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Old 10-20-2006, 02:10 PM   #9
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Originally posted by Penske_Account
This is outable, but whatever, I interviewed a secretarial candidate today, and what came out, that was not on her resume, was that up until a year ago, she was a partner at a large firm in another city. She left to on sabbatical and decided to not go back. She says she wants an easy 9-5 job in an area she knows without any pressure. I think this is fucked up.

Question, if you quit practising is there even a remote likliehood that you would go back to a lawfirm as an admin staff person?

For me, the answer is never. I would kill myself first and give my family the $4MM life insurance policy. Seriously.
No fucking way. We have a couple of JD'ed but never passed the bar paralegals around here. I can't even imagine that.
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