A Lawyer’s Building

You know you are walking into a law school building when:

1) The quote on the outside is a paragraph instead of a line
2) The paragraph quote looks like one big sentence
3) There are waaay too many commas
4) The quote uses confusing and large words
5) The quote is abstract or talks about…something theortically deep beyond normal conversation
6) You have to read the quote a few times before you can start to understand
7) After reading the quote multiple times it still doesnt make sense
8) There is another large paragraph quote on the other side of the building.

Lawyers…we have so much to say…but no where to say it…so we start taking on buildings.

“You will study the wisdom of the past, for in a wilderness of conflicting counsels, a trail has there been blazed. You will study the life of mankind, for this is the life you must order, and, to order with wisdom, must know. You will study the precepts of justice, for these are the truths that through you shall come to their hour of triumph. Here is the high emprise, the fine endeavor, the splendid possibility of achievement, to which I summon you and bid you welcome.”


One thought on “A Lawyer’s Building

  1. I tried reading the quotes before! It’s like a long, run-on sentence or something. After the third try, I just gave up.
    Also, you spelled building wrong… haha

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