Therefore, I maintain that LegalEagle`s YouTube channel is a testing platform to assess the feasibility of creating a perfect virtual avatar of legal justice without the risk of a person going rogue and turning against the organization that runs them. Devin Stone is a man because VTubers are mostly women and using a male avatar avoids suspicion. When he`s not in court, Devin runs the world`s most popular legal YouTube channel: LegalEagle ( LegalEagle`s mission is to break the laws and legal issues that surround our daily lives and educate the masses. Are you the real legal eagle or are you just using it as a username? He mentioned a team of editors several times. They may have a paralegal or one or two articling students to help with research, editing and social media. They may not be credited. His YouTube channel hosts several series. Some of these series include Real Life, Real Law Reviews, where he reviews real-life legal scenarios such as the legal consequences of the U.S.

Capitol uprising on January 6, 2021, Real Lawyer Reacts, where he examines the law in TV shows and movies, and Laws Broken, where he highlights laws that are broken in TV shows and movies. Devin James Stone (born December 16, 1983 (1983-12-16) [38]), better known as LegalEagle, is an American lawyer and YouTuber best known for his application of his legal experience to entertainment, pop culture and current affairs. The purpose of the YouTube channel is to give “an insider view of the legal system”. Devin James Stone is an American lawyer and YouTuber. Not only is he handsome and absurdly photogenic, but he is always impeccably dressed and has impeccable sets for his videos. As previously stated, it doesn`t have time for scenography and its performance standards are so far above what is typical of YouTube personalities (even above the standards of many news anchors) that it seems at least unlikely, if not impossible, that someone so perfectly suited to be a legal video host exists. You can see real, larger-than-life hosts – with credits and behind the scenes – playing on other YouTube channels, which clearly shows that the larger-than-life host is truly backed by a great team, but no such details are available for LegalEagle. The curve of law schools dictates – whatever happens – that only the top 20% of the class get A`s, the middle 60% get B`s, and the bottom 20% get C`s. Everyone is smart. Everyone is diligent. The luggage load is overwhelming. And the homework is endless.

You study for hours, but you never feel ready for the final exam. The channel`s video list shows just how incredibly prolific LegalEagle is, with around seven downloads per week, at least one of which is a full ~20-minute production with professional videography, in-depth research, and custom graphics. And in my spare time (you`re damn right, I had some free time), me: finishing semifinalist at the 56th Roscoe Pound Moot Court Tournament (with the UCLA Distinguished Advocate and Outstanding Advocate awards) When you`re first accepted to law school, it`s an amazing feeling. Devin Stone is a litigator who focuses on all aspects of civil litigation. A person who looks like Devin Stone may or may not exist (it would be instructive to obtain affidavits in some court cases in which he “participated”), but this is largely irrelevant. You may or may not have used an actual model as the basis for Devin Stone`s personality, but the host of LegalEagle`s appearance is too perfect and professional to be a subject in front of a camera for a YouTube channel. So I threw Law School Confidential in the trash and started testing. My GPA was so high that I got a scholarship after I started law school (they gave me a scholarship between my first and second semester to keep me from changing).

For his video of 2 million subscribers, he paid for a cameo with Rudy W. Giuliani, and the request was accepted. [3] And let`s not forget that Devin is also a full-time lawyer who accepts retail clients while pursuing civil rights lawsuits against the U.S. government. Call it 40 hours a week (since lawyers never have to work overtime, do they?). Are you telling me that only the top 20% work hard? . Tell B students that they “didn`t work hard enough to get an A,” and you`ll be slapped. Rightly so, I might add. If there was evidence of support staff, it would be credible that someone could be as much of a role model as Devin Stone, but without evidence of staff and a resounding absence of behind-the-scenes content, or anything lacking the highest level of professionalism or balance, one can only conclude that the host of LegalEagle is a VTuber. created to test CGI`s limitations in developing new information warfare tools to shape public opinion.