Patron with Honors
If, say, I taught the finer points of law to newbies, would they begin to see a gradual 'suck' for more law? I *hope* so! ;-)
I'm still concerned with this. You're a supposedly 20-year-old in some sort of school environment *teaching* law to your fellow classmates? Doesn't a legal education include an ethics class any more? No, not Scn ethics, I mean real/actual/legal ethics. Do the real professors/instructors know about this?
If you're doing study groups or other similar activities, that's one thing; if you continue to self-aggrandize yourself as a teacher (check the connotation versus denotation if you word-clear this before responding), you might want to talk to someone in the program with actual ethics-in-law background.
"THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN CONTROL PEOPLE IS TO LIE TO THEM." — L. Ron Hubbard, "Off the Time Track," lecture of June 1952 (may also be included in Technique 88 - unable to verify at the moment)