being president, he sheds off the shield of immunity, thus a tempting cause for authoritarian law and indefinite stay in office.
Interpreting the law
Those who wish to become lawyers know “the door to the bar swings on slow hinges.” That thought is intimidating enough. Must they worry that the stuff they learned in law school and tackle in the bar exams may not be the same law as interpreted in actual practice?
The new lawyers might even be the ones taking the legal precepts to a new high or unprecedented low, depending upon what the client’s interest demands. For now, it’s mostly old practitioners, law school buddies of the president, who are doing that.