...are more likely to have trouble passing the bar.
They both have to pass the bar.
He regretted not passing the bar.
So they can administer poetic justice.
That's why it's called the bar exam.
He dident pass it
Passing the bar.
To master debate.
‘Guess his examiner wasn’t having a bar of it.
Our law fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta is hosting a luncheon with a panel of lawyers today. A friend and I in the frat were talking about what's on the menu, which neither of us knew. Finally, I just said "maybe they'll serve PAD Thai."
Her grimace and groan will fuel my afternoon.
"I'm gonna go learn how to sue people"
"Sue her, sue her, sue her, get your mind outta the gutter."
In my business law class we were discussing this court case. In the case, a woman named Courtney was hitting off the tee box at a country club and sliced the shot off the course. The ball hit a guy who was working on a nearby roof, and gave him permanent brain damage. Our professor then asked us who we thought was responsible for the damages: the golf course, the course designer, or the woman. A student in the back asks "Well what if Courtney was drunk while she was playing" to which our professor responded
"Well then we would just have a classic case of drinking... and driving."
I'm still not sure which was louder, my friend and I bursting out laughing or the collective groan that filled the room.
I was a chemistry TA.
Student writes "esther" on their paper.
Me: Chemists follow Avogadro's Law, not Abraham's!
Entire class groans.
I work as a special education teacher. I'll admit to not being a dad, but I hope I'm well on my way.
Aide: "I'm so excited (note sarcasm). I get to visit my in-laws in Missouri over winter break."
Teacherdad: I hear there are a lot of people visiting Missouri these days.
Teacherdad: ...Missouri loves company.