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Side-effects of having a conversation with a non-law student

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If at all there is one major drawback of being a law student (among others), in my view and observation it is: to try having a tender conversation with any one of your friends, not being a law student. For how to, read below:
1. If you try being passive you are perceived as not a good-conversationalist. (such a remark could shatter the lawyer in you!)
2. If you argue or simply raise an objection, chances are high that your entire profession would be branded as ARGUMENTATIVE and INCONSIDERATE.
3. If you try being a patient listener, you are perceived as non-analytical.
4.If you shower your knowledge on the 'world around you', YOU ARE A SHOW OFF!

5. If you don't share your glib wisdom with them you are just an ignorant fool and might even put you in "galat fasein" category.

I am certain, all you people out there have your experiences and frustrations to share.
All said and done, conversation with a law student is not just a conversation, but a debate.
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