This is in response to the letters published in The Times on July 3 concerning the article about law school students who make $1,100 a week.
While I find the concept of paying students at that rate a sickening distortion of values in our current society, I find the attitudes expressed in the letters ludicrous.
If Dana Urick is so very intelligent, then some of that intelligence should have been applied to ensuring admission to one of the key schools so as to be eligible for the $1,100 paycheck.
As for Todd Allan Spitzer, kudos to him for working in the district attorney's office for a lesser salary. But I am frightened to think that my fate in court could well be determined by a non-graduate, let alone one who has not yet passed the bar.