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TABLE OF CONTENTS
“Ms. Flower. I'm glad to meet you. From your resume, we are sure that you would be outstanding in any field."
“Thank you, call me Sunny. Can you give me a better idea of what kind of practice the firm is?"
"Sunny, we have a large real estate firm. I'm sure you'd fit in well. We like for everyone in the firm to buy in . . . own a piece of the rock."
“Sounds superb. As you can tell from my vitae. I will graduate at the top of the class. I wrote a piece for the Law Review based on the Rosenbioom case ‘Whether doctors in over-pollinated areas have the legal right to sterilize."
"Sounds fascinating. You sound like just what we are looking for. What type of salary do you think you're entitled to?"
“Just enough to pay for a small window' box overlooking the Capitol Building."
“Fine, when do you think you'll be ready to work?"
"Right after graduation ceremonies."
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The University of Texas
School of Law
Volume Number 28 Texas Student Publications
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Barbara Ann Linch Editor-In-Chief Laura Ellen Kislin Copy Editor Christopher Alan Kloeris Graphics Editor Deborah l.ynn Richardson General Staffer Bradley Wayne Foster Artist Jerry R. Thompson Supervisor of Yearbooks Ronald D. Hicks Assistant Supervisor of Yearbooks
"Now Mr, Peregrinus . . .'
“My name is pronounced 'Pair-ah-grin-OOS'."
"Pair-ah-grin-OOS . . . What makes you think you'd fit in with our firm?"
“As you can see. I'm the model of Equity. My enormous, bushy tail brushes aside all technicalities in favor of Justice. With my long pointed beak. I can delve deeply into the intricacies of the relevant and irrelevant in search for the Truth."
"I wear an Irish ditcher's boot and a cowboy-boot (To show I'm a good ole boy). My boxing gloves back up the Law and Equity with a 60-Perry power kick."
"My eye is all-seeing and my head is crowned with the whitecap of Truth."
“Thank you. Mr. Pair-ah-grin-OOS. Although we don't think you’ll fit in with us. we do hope that if you turn out to be a better lawyer than we think you will be. we'll be sorrier than you."
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