You know what doesn’t translate well to the general public? Law stuff. Normals don’t want to hear war stories. Especially lame ones. “Typo,” LIVING the DREAM Webisode 03
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I hate golf. These are just a few of the things I’d rather do than play it: Get my ass waxed Attend a CLE seminar See a Kate Hudson movie Work for an Asian Partner But that wasn’t always the case. A few years back I actually enjoyed playing golf and was getting fairly decent…
I recently bought a condo. [Pause for applause] The process, from looking to offering to buying, was anything but smooth sailing. My search for a place began in November. I quickly found a place that I wanted the offer was accepted. That was the first week of December, and I just moved in the last…
Every law student has to make many decisions. These decisions range in importance, but I believe the most important decision comes down to picking your partner in group projects. Should you pick the hot chick or the smart chick? Fear no longer, because I have the answer for you: pick the hot chick!
If you attended Duke Law School between 1998 and 2001, you probably idolized, abhorred or had sex with Tucker Max. If you didn’t, you’ve probably read about the people who did. Tucker Max: The Anti-Lawyer
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Former NBA star Len Elmore talks about being a lawyer, being a district attorney in Brooklyn, starting his own sports agency, and being a commentator for ESPN and CBS Sports. Len Elmore: NBA, Harvard, D.A. & Dreier
If you are moonlighting as a meat waiter at Fogo de Chao while working at BigLaw, you’re doing it wrong.
[powerpress] In this week’s ultra-laid back, post-holiday Bitter Brief, we share our tales of terror and triumph on the dreaded bar exam, and we tackle the weird and wacky ways that the legal profession is depicted in pop culture. Share your bar exam horror stories in the comments below! And, we want to hear from…
Bitter Lawyer alum Mark Thudium got his kicks from interviewing people on the street. In this episode, he asks normals (non-lawyers) what they think about lawyers, and if they’d like to sleep with one. Hear/Say 01: “People v. Lawyers”