Skip to comments.A Law Firm Where Money Seemed Secondary
Posted on 09/25/2012 8:55:25 PM PDT by UnBubba
When I crossed the threshold of Cravath, Swaine & Moore 36 years ago next month, fresh from the bar exam and Harvard Law School, I entered a new world and began what turned into a life-changing experience.
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I know exactly the world this guy is writing about, he’s kissing big time butt and I don’t know why he’s pretending that all the creepy stuff he’s describing was so great.
A bunch of ivy league elites raking in money and frankly milking clients. These guys are 100% about money and this reporter is engaging in exactly the type of self congratulatory con job they excel at.
Hilarious, he describes them living on Park Avenue because they wouldn’t want clients who question their huge bills. And he didn’t care about money because he knew they were the highest paid! Sure that makes sense.
Those were the good old days. Money flow, to and between capitalists. It's the flow (movement, recirculation of money) that makes for a prosperous society.
Now, in Obama's Amerika, we live in a world of "redistribution". The money gets handed to the "47%'ers" who consume the flow & plug up the stream.
The Ivy League Cabal. The most dangerous organization to the prosperity of the US.
“The Ivy League Cabal. The most dangerous organization to the prosperity of the US.”
I feel compelled to add that in my primary business I find that the compounding government meddling and onerous regulations that get heaped on year after year after year makes it increasingly difficult to focus on what I love about the business and the services I provide. I truly pity the youngsters who are just entering my profession now, especially with the massive education debt that they have to bear, and with the economy in shambles, and with the prospect of ObamaCare. if not repealed, looming ever nearer.
Sorry for the mini rant. Thanks for posting this piece.