Baseball Crank
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May 4, 2004
LAW: Hey, I Won That Prize Already!

So, from Wonkette we learn that one of the networks is doing a "reality" show where the prize is a job at a law firm. Or, as the notice calls it, "YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A LUCRATIVE POSITION WITH A PRETIGIOUS LAW FIRM!" As one Wonkette reader (well, me, actually, but I can still quote myself) emailed her, "Presumably, if the show is anything like real law practice, you get extra points for pointing out that 'PRETIGIOUS' is not a word."

The contest: "Compete in mock trials/courtroom showdowns on prime-time TV." I'm guessing they only show the trial, not the preparation . . . my question is, what sort of "PRETIGIOUS LAW FIRM" wants to tell its clients it is handing out jobs on the basis of a TV show? I'd guess a plaintiffs' firm that does a lot of trial work, since the show appears to be testing trial skills rather than some of the less visual lawyering skills.

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Comments

The Craig's List post has been removed? Was this a hoax?

Posted by: Andy at May 5, 2004 9:55 AM

The Craig's List post has been removed. Was this a hoax?

Posted by: Andy at May 5, 2004 9:55 AM

I whish i will win the entry

Posted by: john at May 18, 2004 7:19 AM
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