The “Old Codger Lawyer,” a species of lawyer that is at least two generations behind but still proudly unaware of it.
Archives for September 2011
Being a 3L now, my friends are starting to call me for legal advice. Before this year, nothing. Now, the phone doesn’t stop ringing.
Mitt Romney’s not inhaling. Plus, an Alabama town gives criminals the choice of Jesus or jail, and six laws you’ve broken without even realizing it.
Some seemingly random numbers related to U.S. law schools.
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We’ve got self-videotaped confessions, greased pigs, and how not try to pull off a professional hit. Plus, the chewing gum lawsuit of the century.
What in the Bitter Lawyer is going on in this picture? Put your lawyerly wisdom to the test.
I came to school thinking I had a pretty good chance of a job after three years. Now it seems those numbers were baked. Should I sue my school?
How using the bathroom will also scramble some jets, unless it’s a bucket of urine. Plus, going topless in court and ten gifts for that newly divorced friend of yours.
Mark gets excited about patent law reform, we talk about a dominatrix lawyer, and we deconstruct federal sentencing with the help of Rod Blagojevich