Why would somebody bust their butt to get a law license (1989) then voluntarily surrender it a mere 4 years later (1993)?
See my post #14.
By the way, many, many, many people go to law school, graduate, pass the bar but ultimately end up not practicing law or doing it for a very short time.
Or they move to another state with no plans to return (law licenses are issued state-by-state).
They might have had ethical issues, sure, but why would they “bust their butts”, only to surrender licenses?
Don’t know for sure about her, but he obviously did not bust his butt for anything in his entire life. It was paved like a golden street for his every step and he knew it. He as a self admitted lay about and druggie. And there’s a reason we don’t see his grades.
Doubt if she had to try hard, either. She came from a family with connections in Chicago, just like Jarrett did, and they all had each others’ backs.
Surrendering the license to practice is no biggie either. You can get all kinds of jobs and you can always list on your resume that you are a law school grad and that is considered important.
And if someone has already paved your way, who cares anyhow?
Are you aware Barry used to tell people since he was a child and on beyond, that one day he was going to be President of the United States?
Not that he wanted to be, that he WOULD be?
So why would he sweat anything along the way...
I really doubt if an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity lpser who wrote an eighgth-grade-level thesis really “bust her butt” at any point of her “education”.