In Episode 1 of the Bottom Rung, Dave learns the rules of document review from his draconian boss. And he meets Paige, his new crush.
Archives for November 2011
After 11 weeks of law school, I can no longer think like a sane person.
The Namby Pamby reminds us about how not to reply to a client, particularly if you’re at happy hour. Plus, suing an airline over stowaway cockroaches, the preferred abode of carjackers, and it’s Courtroom Happy Hour in Florida. Here, though, it’s the happy hour law review for Monday, November 14, 2011.
Hypotheticals and other stories of woe from the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination.
Third year law students are cocky. They talk back to professors, don’t do reading assignments, and party full-time.
A lawyer proposes a Twitter retweet taxonomy. Plus, threatening to blow up Best Buy, the hemorrhoid defense, and suing over a blown call in a game
Put your lawyerly wisdom to the test by providing a witty, hilarious, or brilliant caption.
The firm’s managing partner had a sit down with me. I suspect I’m now on the short list now for a layoff or I’m being closely watched. Probably both.
Fake Amazon reviews of Jerry Sandusky’s book, an undercover barber’s bad haircuts, and suing for half a million over bad breakfasts.
Matt Ritter is the brains behind a new web series devoted to the gunners, dreamers, and lifers who make up document review.