During her first year, she faced tuition and expenses that ran nearly $50,000, even after a scholarship. So she decided to check out a dating website that connected women looking for financial help with men willing to provide it, in exchange for companionship and sex — a "sugar daddy" relationship as they are known.I'm not seeing any moral queasiness here. For one, sugar daddy relationships diversify the law school with female students who may not have been otherwise able to afford an elitist education.
Now, almost three years and several sugar daddies later, [she] will have zero college debt, while some of her peers are burdened with six-digit debts.
My law school didn't have many hos. Did yours?
More importantly, there's a great deal of practical education here: managing the client's expectations, dealing with late-night calls, using a good standard retainer to protect yourself, applying the UCC when the checks cash, properly objecting when the other party wants to slip in something improper...
Really, I don't know why we don't just recruit at the Bunny Ranch.