The Halloween edition, with laws in effect that affect Halloween. Including no masks, when you can trick-or-treat, and what some sex offenders must do
Archives for October 2011
If you don’t try for a job, you cannot get rejected for a job. Or something like that.
It’s the scariest time of the year, and not because it is Halloween. Finals are approaching. The party is almost over.
Ticket fixing as a courtesy, what you cannot do on a plane, and “Facebook use” is now cited in twenty percent of U.S. divorce cases.
Help us pen a witty, lawyerly, or brilliant caption to this image.
An open thread on questions about Glass-Steagall, Citizens United, Occupy Wall Street or just staying afloat.
I just want to say f*ck it all, default, and move to Greece. Why not? I didn’t go to law school to be a barely employed document reviewer.
Fourteen punctuation marks you never knew existed. Plus, a $44,500 parking ticket and the first known trademark application for “Occupy Wall St.”
Kimber and Mark discuss deregulation of lawyers, trademark issues with the new .xxx domain, and the Googling of law school applicants.
If you’ve ever dated a civilian while a lawyer or in law school, you’ll recognize at least half of these.