Lawyers dating website
Albamonte, a federal attorney herself, has worked for the U. Department of Justice's Board of Immigration Appeals in Fall Church, VA, for the past 19 years. It's the idea that you understand each other and have a common schedule." Albamonte also wanted her site to lighten the atmosphere and counter the seriousness that law school and the legal profession can bring."I thought the legal community needed something like [this site]," she says. "Lawyers are also serious people, and I wanted to create something to make them laugh," she says.As the site states, Lawyersin is also "a great way to break out of law school cliques and meet others with whom you have something in common." "It's more discreet to date outside of your school," Albamonte elaborates."You can meet people from other schools." On Lawyersin Love.com, searching is free, and the subscription price is reduced by 50% for students.However, she will go as far as having attorneys fax over proof of profession if they buy subscriptions to the site. If [the information] is really bizarre, it's a lawyer," Albamonte laughs.She says that lawyers also include their favorite quotes and answer questions about certain trends, making them recognizable as legal professionals.
"I think it's nice not to date someone at your law school.The trouble is, alive to the realities of the profession, the lawyers on the site don’t tend to want to go out with others of their kind.From what I’ve heard, solicitors, barristers and of course legal executives who use – whose general counsel, Curt Anderson, was profiled today in the US magazine Corporate Counsel, incidentally – are similarly minded.However, – a dating site whose users’ reverence for ‘the professions’ approaches religious levels – is different.Its lawyer section (pictured below) is full of legal eagles desperate to net an industry buddy.
So how do lawyers find other lawyers to go on dates with?