In my experience most lawyers are amoral creatures that are concerned with making money and little else. I'm sure there are exceptions, but that would seem to be the norm I have encountered.
I just think it's a pity to have someone so devoted to teaching critical thinking just to have the recipiants of this education end up as lawyers anyway.
.... what a waste
Amoral in what way? I understand you subscribe to the idea that the world came about by only natural processes and the physical world is all there is, that we are nothing more than random accidents and particles in motion following the laws of physics.
What is morality, in that context? How can one be judged for being without good morals in a world where existence is accidental and we are nothing more than chance molecular concoctions of function and order and life?
I'd rather not go into extended personal examples here, but amoral as in valuing their own profits and lifestyle over the welfare of my children. Being willing to actvely fabricate evidence, facillitate dis-information, collude, accept bribes, pevert the course of justice.... you know, that sort of thing. There is nothing random about it, and when your children are being seriously abused and they are covering it up and laughing about it, because that suits their agendas, then it becomes very clear in an instant that it is utterly evil. Nothing makes me wan't to belive in religion more than the thought that these people might one day burn in hell. Lets talk about something else eh?