Injury codes for turtle assaults, White Castle sued again, and what to do when reporters come to your office. All in today’s legal humor roundup.
Archives for September 2011
With so many to pick from, here are our five of our favorite celebrity bankruptcies.
The MPRE results are back, and I’m happy to say I passed. You would think a law student would be thrilled at this news, but I’m not. After talking to my law school compadres I realized I was the only one who actually hardcore studied for this test. The rest of my friends glanced at…
In all honesty, I can usually predict within the first sentence if a potential client has a legitimate case or not.
Should the common lawyer use “etc.” in important legal documents? You betcha. Here’s when you should use this nifty little legal term.
As the economy continues to stagnate, people from all walks of life turn to the legal academy. Just who are these “second career lawyers?”
He’s been ordering the White Castle #2 sack meal for 52 years, which includes two double cheeseburgers. Why comp him three hamburgers without cheese?
Padding LSAT scores, looking into robot judges, and picking up Baphomet-fearing clients on Craigslist. Plus more in this week’s Bitter news.
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