Deceptive trade practices of movie trailers, plus real-life superheroes, occupational hazards of defense lawyers, and a taco is not a valid ID.
Archives for October 2011
Here are a few exercises that can steel you for the boredom, humiliation, and awkwardness known as networking in law school.
Legal Adventure Pro 2000 is now available for gamers and lawyers worldwide. A Bitter Lawyer comic by Albert Wang.
The world’s slowest police chase, Amish Gone Wild, and the northern Virginia edition of Weinergate. Plus, avoid saying “Yadda Yadda Yadda” in court.
Put your lawyerly or non-lawyerly wit to the test by providing a caption for this week’s featured image.
I’m being told that, without a near-perfect memo for a writing sample, it will be hard to get a job. Just how important is the em dash anyway?
Don’t bring your knife (or use it) at anger management class. Plus, forced consumption of Rush Limbaugh leads to lawsuit and marriage by Skype.
Kimber and Mark discuss what’s on the SCOTUS docket, plus breastaurant battles, another Walmart lawsuit, and binging on Four Loko.
We ask normals on the street what they know or even think about big law firms.
Assault ala King Arthur, officing while driving, and a drunken assault at Little Sisters of The Poor. Plus, dwarf-tossing at bars may be legal again.