Re: Structure vs. Substance (long)

Subject: Re: Structure vs. Substance (long)
From: Michele Davis <mdavis -at- bitstream -dot- net>
To: "Jason A. Czekalski" <topsidefarm -at- mva -dot- net>
Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2000 22:29:20 -0500

My $100 worth. I have done pro se law for years. Suing people and winning.
Unfortunately I have the disadvantage of being smart. I got to the local U. law
library are do my research and then sue. Whop!


"Jason A. Czekalski" wrote:

> Andrew Plato wrote:
> Andrew, you're actually getting close. With both lawyers and doctors,
> their learning centers on THEORY! Their education is dominated with
> theory. Only later do they actually start to apply it to the known facts
> of a case.
> I'll start with lawyers. No law student ever puts a great amount of time
> into learning individual laws. Why bother? Those laws will change before
> he or she graduates, often quite dramatically. No, they learn huge
> amounts of theory and procedure. What they are learning is how to apply
> broad legal theory to specific cases, and to do the research to back up
> that case.

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