Thursday, October 8, 2015

Villanova law grad tries to get a job with his toned arms

This is not the way to get a job.

Villanova law grad tries to get a job with his toned arms

Wait, is it something he´s wearing?
Wait, is it something he's wearing?

Law blog Above the Law posted an email from a desperate job seeker who email-blasted many Delaware attorneys in hopes of finding a job.

Brian Zulberti, a Wilmington native and Villanova Law '09 grad, gave few personal details in his email blast, but did include a picture of himself in a sleeveless Villanova shirt. The letters on the shirt are backward in the photo so it's also a selfie he took in the mirror, making it all the more classy.

Unfortunately for Zulberti, his Facebook profile is public, leading Above the Law to find his gem of a profile pic:

Are legal acumen and a ripped bod one in the same? Delaware law firms, this is your chance to find out.

Oh, and here he is dancing with his cat.

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