When William Robinson, president of the American Bar Association, gave an interview in which he suggested that unemployed or underemployed law school graduates “should have known what they were getting into,” he was widely criticized. His emphasis on “personal responsibility” didn’t go over too well in some quarters of the legal profession and blogosphere.
But in defense of Bill Robinson, other people share his views. And some of these people are prominent personages.
Take prosecutor turned television personality Star Jones, who seems to have little sympathy for jobless law grads….