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Lawyers fall behind in IQ study

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  • that sums it up

    "The law employs, as it has always done, the finest minds in the City"

    Whoever wrote that has perfectly summarised the problem - so many lawyers simply cannot get over themselves and their "intelligence". You are such a clever lot, aren't you?
    So clever that you will never realise you are just as smart/stupid as Joe from your local pub.

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  • Anonymous

    "Whoever wrote that has perfectly summarised the problem - so many lawyers simply cannot get over themselves and their "intelligence"

    Couldn't agree more! I've worked with some of the most hopeless and lazy characters around, every last one of them thought they were fantastic and made sure everyone heard it.

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  • Em

    What was wrong with my punctuation? Pick on someone your own size! lol

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  • Its a SHAM!!

    Well, I am sorry to differ but I am extremely intelligent as are my colleagues and most of my pals who are also lawyers. I am always amazed at the above average intelligence of the lawyers I work with and I DO have an above average IQ myself, which is often demonstrated by the morons who never take my advice, don't understand it and are not capable of issuing proper instructions because they are too stupid to understand the problem that they have created.

    Confusius said, if you are dealing with a man who blindly refuses to consider a sound theory or analysis, then smile knowingly, as he is an idiot and not capable of reason. I smile knowingly a lot these days.

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