Kimber and Mark talk 1L crap, Scalia’s ruling on pizza, and disrobing in court. Plus, taking the ABA to task. Again.
Archives for October 2011
From the Bitter Lawyer Archives, a post and webisode of Living the Dream.
I figured I’d throw our a few foolproof ways to solve the problem of corporate clients not wanting to pay for first-year associates.
Would you consider offering steeply discounted legal services on a deal site geared toward saving lawyers money while generating local business?
No one can understand why I would ever want to disconnect myself from the (unfortunately) ubiquitous social network. Well, here’s why.
I was once a young associate in a small firm, and I thought I knew better. As in I knew how to write better than the four partners for whom I worked, including the one partner who only dictated. Most of the time I think I was right, but in retrospect it may not have…
NambyPamby wants to teach CLEs, a truly domestic assault, unraveling DUI cases in Los Angeles, and another guy from the real-life superhero community.
Second Wind: A new board game for enterprising law students.
There is a new brand of law student on the horizon known as “The Devil’s Advocate.” Mr. Law school explains.
It’s a good day when four out of the five selected posts are from lawyers who double as humorists.