Why? Well today, because of this post:
Brooklyn Law School Student Bares All
Posted by Peter Lattman
It was hard to ignore the front page of this morning’s New York Daily News. Reads the headline:
Top law student’s crazy naked stunt backfires badly
It seems that Adriana Dominguez, a third-year at Brooklyn Law School, appeared naked in a Playboy TV series that has now made the rounds on the Internet. Dominguez isn’t shy about her exploits, posing for a News photographer yesterday and granting an exclusive interview.
â€œI wanted to do something a little crazy before I graduate and do become a lawyer . . . do something kind of out of character,”the 24-year-old told the News, adding,”Lawyers can be boring.”She also said she wouldn’t mind if opposing counsel saw these pictures of her.
Dominguez (U.Penn undergrad) has interned with a domestic violence unit in the Brooklyn DA’s office and served as treasurer of her law school’s Legal Association of Activist Women. She reportedly met with Brooklyn Law administrators over the video. Said a law school spokeswoman to the News:”We don’t want this to ruin the career of a young lawyer.”
Law Blog Question of the Day: If Dominguez passes the bar, New York’s Committee on Character and Fitness will have to decide whether to grant her admission. If you sat on the committee, would you?
Yes you asshole, I would. I’m not a fan of Playboy, to put it mildly, but I don’t think nudity is an ethical violation.
NB: Link via a male blogger who reportedly goes topless at the beach, and quite possibly showers daily without any clothing on whatsoever.