The unemployment line takes all kinds of lawyers. Here are six types you’re likely to meet.
Archives for August 2011
It’s been two years since we checked in with our favorite law student blogs. Here’s what they’ve been up to (or not).
It’s like soldiers at the beginning of “Saving Private Ryan” suing the generals for misleading them about their prospects when they got off the boats.
With on-campus interviews starting this week at most law schools, we go soft and pull out the bitter highlights of our advice for law students.
Reason No. 2,341 that I hate being a lawyer: when a friend or family member asks for my legal advice.
The down and dirty of the law school OCI process. (Click the image to see the full comic.)
Pet legacies, teenage slumber party legal rights, and law schools. Plus,it’s now legal to kill a beaver with a silencer. All in this week’s legal news.
I was essentially known as “the Bro” among associates and, who knows, possibly some partners.
The triumphant return of the judge/lawyer of the week, including the “cash for kids” jurist and the swashbuckling naked sword fighting attorney.
Bitter Lawyer talks with lawyer and romance novelist Niki Burnham about Rockies and Red Sox baseball, what happened with Alex Trebek, and how lawyers can get more love out of the romance genre. Niki Burnham: Sex, Love, Red Sox & Romance