NALP’s Fuzzy Definition of ‘JD Advantage’…

…Is largely the same as the ABA’s, but that’s not the point, which is that you should read:

NALP’s Fuzzy Definition of ‘JD Advantage’

on The American Lawyer. It’s probably the first time I’ve written on this curious topic.

I don’t have any music for you as I’m beating a virus today that’s hampering my productivity. Since my organs haven’t liquified yet, I’m ruling out Ebola.


3 Responses

  1. BTW, I can’t sign in with my account, even though I have one. Their login is f-ed up.

    • Where it says, “Already Registered? Sign In now” click on “Sign In now” and enter your LinkedIn credentials. If that doesn’t work, I can’t help you.

  2. Article TL;DR: Anything that pays a semblance of a wage is a “JD Advantage” job. Anything from CEO all the way down to Starbucks barrista.

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