There are different kinds of law. There is Corporate Law and there is Anti-Corporate Law. There is pro-Labor Law and there is anti-Labor Law. There is Dewey, Cheatham and Howe Law and there is National Lawyers Guild Law. If law school were more affordable, more people who would like to go into pro-Labor, anti-Corporate, National Lawyers Guild Law would be able to do so.
Would you please put a sock in it until you grow the fuck up?
NLG is trustafarians slumming until they go White Shoe.
NLG is not the antithesis to "corporate" anything, it's the holding room for future corporate legal drones.
Unless you are into image.
If that's your deal, then you're correct -- NLG sure is anti-corporate and pro-labor, it's like a lawyer who drives a 2014 Prius, lives in a $1.2 million Green Architecture Co-Op unit, goes to functions hosted by Bloomberg to "work the room," travels abroad many times/year, never cooks for self because there's always some hip new ethnic restaurant where you can pay too much for a few nibbles.
Yep, NLG is that guy that tells you, "you should write your Congressman."
But I shouldn't be surprised by the naivete of these bumblefuck PowerNoggin pseudo-wonks. Dig:
Maybe if we had more or better regulation, we wouldn’t need so many lawyers. But then again the 99% can’t afford them anyways. Just another way the game is rigged.
Wait. I get it. That was satire, you weren't serious about more/better regulation, right? You wouldn't be that ironically 180 degrees opposite reality in truth, would you?
Exactly how would "more regulation" change anything?
Or how about "better regulation," what would that look like, and how would it improve things?
Shit, maybe Uncle Sam and his 50 nephews need to get even fatter with even more bureaucratic bunglers and mini-J Edgars crawling up everyone's behonkus with a laser-directed electron microscope?
Obviously the past 25 years have shown that bloating the NannyState has improved life for everyone in America.
I don't know how I keep missing that fact.