You're there for three years; it could be risky," Albamonte jokes.
She has a point, though, considering law students work closely with their peers, especially if they're at a small law school like Albamonte was.
“We looked across the NYC online dating scene and noticed the overwhelming prominence of travel pics,” a spokesperson for Wieden Kennedy told .
After delving further, they found that 62 percent of men and 74 percent of women want a partner who shares their travel interests, according to research from online dating company Match Group.
"I started the site after I was on Match.com," she says of her decent experience with the popular Internet matchmaking portal.
"I got matched up with a bunch of people — one was even a lawyer.
Hopefully no one will swipe right expecting wild tales of worldly adventures — having to explain that one would make for a pretty awkward date.
Launched in 1995, Match is the original online dating destination, and is still the leader today.
Albamonte, a federal attorney herself, has worked for the U. Department of Justice's Board of Immigration Appeals in Fall Church, VA, for the past 19 years. It's the idea that you understand each other and have a common schedule." Albamonte also wanted her site to lighten the atmosphere and counter the seriousness that law school and the legal profession can bring.
"I thought the legal community needed something like [this site]," she says. "Lawyers are also serious people, and I wanted to create something to make them laugh," she says.
Their research also found that 57 percent of singles take one or more vacations a year.
Of course, all these scenes are painted on a brick wall, so it’ll be pretty obvious that you haven’t actually been to Egypt or France.