Friday, October 27, 2006

It Begins

From Corporate Crime Reporter:

"The preferred career trajectory of a young white collar defense attorney is fairly straightforward – graduate from a top notch law school, clerk for a federal judge, work at the U.S. Attorney’s office, preferably in Manhattan, or at the SEC’s enforcement division, for a number of years bringing cases against major American corporations and executives, and then go to work for one of the major corporate law firms defending the culprits – for a lifetime of financial security."

I guess that makes me fairly unoriginal.


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