Wag feeling! Florin Hilbay unravels truth about the Bar
Atty. Florin Hilbay refuses to glorify the Bar. The abogado feels that the rigorous set of exams should be likened to the simple task of getting a driver’s license.
Passing the bar exams is no different from getting a driver's license. It doesn't tell you what kind of lawyer (or driver) you'll become.
Also, the bar is a just a minimum test for legal knowledge, not a qualifying exam for GMRC. It doesn't test the beauty of one's personality.
— florin hilbay (@fthilbay) November 19, 2017
The abogado feels that there are no telltale signs on what kind of lawyer you will become once you pass the Bar. He claims that it is just a “minimum test for legal knowledge, not a qualifying exam for GMRC.”
Hilbay seems to imply that the glory of being an abogado rests on the person’s personality. The abogado reiterates that the beauty of one’s character cannot be measured or proven by a series of standardized test.
In short, walang concept of one size fits all. Be careful of the dark side!