Twenty-eight years after graduating from law school I’m drafting the all-important “Profile” section of my resume.
Archives for March 2012
Mr. Law School is not a fan of the overachievers who would rather study in the library then party.
Give a lawyer a client and he eats for a day. Teach a lawyer how to string a client along and he eats for a lifetime.
A political cartoon by regular Bitter Lawyer cartoonist Albert Wang.
The NCAAA doesn’t have a lock on all the madness. It’s March Madness everywhere.
The best leftovers from the past week on Bitter Lawyer
Reach deep for your lawyerly wisdom and wit and find a good caption for this week’s clip art image from Shutterstock.
I feel a great deal of loyalty to the partner, but I am concerned about the future of the law firm, and more importantly, my job.
Paralex is a nondescript and overworked paralegal during the day, but packs a powerful legal superhero punch when called upon to do justice.
From BigLaw to the mom-and-pop shop, partner track bottlenecking forces every firm to suffer a garden variety of big chiefs. As a ball-busting, hopeful associate, if you don’t see yourself being (or being able to morph into) one of these five types, you may as well prepare for many frigid years of being looked over.…