A Man of Slightly Above Average Ethics


I got my results from the MPRE yesterday. I correctly answered 35 out of 50 questions, giving me an adjusted score of 106 out of 150. The average is 100. Passing is 70. So there's that.

As I've complained about before, this test coupled with my excruciating semester of Legal Ethics (featuring the works of Kierkegaard and Nietzsche) are still not enough to convince the State of California that I'm unsleazy enough to pursue our state's finest calling. As we speak a very nice gentleman in Los Angeles is reviewing my Moral Character Application, the final ethical hurdle toward the practice of law. Hopefully he won't find out about my extramarital affairs, my illegal immigrant nanny, my ties to the mob, or the fact that I'd still be bald even if I didn't shave my head.


My letter about you to the State Bar mostly concerned the gun running and hobo killing, so I think you'll be fine.

I'm more ethical than you.

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