MWB wrote:Maybe she's making a stand in a way she sees fit and thinks will be effective. Maybe she's also willing to accept whatever consequences may come her way for this announcement. Does that make her a grand stander or someone fighting for rights?
Hockeynut! wrote:*not sure if that's a real law but it came up in a google search
The Attorney General may, upon determining that it is more
efficient or otherwise is in the best interest of the
Commonwealth, authorize the General Counsel or the counsel for
an independent agency to initiate, conduct or defend any
particular litigation or category of litigation in his stead.
tifosi77 wrote:If you are involved in a lawsuit and your attorney expresses ethical challenges surrounding the merits of your case, would you want to retain them as your advocate?
What is the sanction for this?
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Friday she is resigning to take a job running the University of California education system.
Shyster wrote:But the mere fact that a lawyer has a personal distaste for a position or argument is usually no reason or excuse to not give full legal representation or do his or her best as an advocate.
Shyster wrote:Personally, I have found that I can sometimes do a better job arguing a position I disagree with than one I support.
The libertarian in me is screaming NO!!!! But the common sense in me is
pensfan1989 wrote:The issue with the student loan crisis, at least to me, is that far too many loans are given to people who are going for crap majors that have crappy prospects for work upon graduation. Then they graduate with thousands in debt and can't get a job making more than $30k a year.
Having seen some of the people at Pitt under these circumstances, I believe that student loans should really only be given out to people who are going into a field that has a direct impact on society and others (e.g. nursing, med school, engineering, physical sciences). There are far too many people in college who are getting degrees in "something they enjoy" and then can't get a job upon graduation. These are the people struggling to repay their debt and becoming a drain on the system.
columbia wrote:Hmmmm....I've provided a lot of value in my career in information services and software development.
I was a history & political science major and certainly don't regret that choice.
Grunthy wrote:I don't understand this country's obsession with college. This country so demonizes trade jobs in high school it is embarrassing. We need to get off of the every body needs to go to college.
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