WT Recruiting JW Solicitors (Lawyers)

by AverageJoe1 34 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • ToesUp

    "He's all powerful, all knowing, all wise, yet somehow - just keeps getting himself into legal trouble.

    He also does a piss poor job managing his money. lol

  • sparky1

    Here is a letter from the Australian Branch from 2015 basically asking about the same credentialed and educated professionals in Australia. Notice that this was done surreptitiously; behind the publishers back!

  • AverageJoe1

    Thanks Sparky, so that was after the ARC hearings so I guess it was sent out as they were in need of people to defend the Borg.

    I wonder if something is stirring in Mexico then?

  • EverApostate

    WatchTower = Jehovah's Organization

    So, Jehovah Needs lawyers. I was taught that he had legions of powerful angels who can accomplish Impossible feats.

  • Gorbatchov

    And so it goes...


  • scruffmcbuff

    My father is an educated professional and is used for his services, F.O.C of course. But when he had major surgery and was homebound. How many visits did he get?

    Not a single one.

  • ToesUp

    I guess it goes to show you. When WT or a JW say they would like to "use you" they really mean it.

  • Half banana
    Half banana

    I love the optimism: the names of barristers serving as pioneers!

  • Vidiot

    Something just occurred to me...

    ...are their "worldy" lawyers not enough?

    Or are they quietly divesting themselves of the WTS as a client?


  • careful

    Key requirement:

    "They must be able to work as a team, follow direction..."

    No thinking for themselves and questioning the policies that got the org into hot water on the child abuse issue to begin with.

    Vidiot, I don't think they use "worldly" lawyers much.

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