Should I tell the partner I don’t like being referred to as his “second-tier project?” Will he still work with me? Will he ruin my reputation?
Archives for November 2011
I just got back from a meeting regarding a response (due Monday) to a motion for summary judgment in a trade secrets case. Junior partner who was left in charge of dealing with responding to the 865 statements of undisputed material fact (and who had been aggressively insisting since last Monday that it was “under control”)…
At least thirty-four of the top signs that you’ve got the skills and aptitude to press the down button on the elevator.
Kimber and Mark tackle the latest muckraking New York Times piece on law schools, plus provide more food for thought with a counterargument.
Why “Rae Carruth” is banned from Pakistani text messages, another theft of large lawn art, and a couple scores the trifecta of botched shoplifting.
Meet Tim Kennedy. Doc review dreamer, graduate of Rutgers Law School, character on the Bottom Rung.
As I start my fifth year as a licensed liar, here are the things I wish I had been told when I first started
Law school cold season. People are getting sick, and classrooms are getting disgusting.
A mugshot you have to see to believe. Plus, don’t text “monkey crotch” in Pakistan, the $20 law firm, and criminalizing swearwords in England.
We’re looking for the best staches in the business. And we’ll donate $100 in the winner’s name toward the cause of prostate cancer.