There’s a mole in the document review underworld and Dave, Frank, and Tim are on a mission to find it.
The symbols and icons that span the life of a student loan
I started my law firm summer job recently with a head full of typical first day anxiety questions.
What happens to expectations over the course of three years of law school. A comic by Albert Wang
Littering with dollar bills, racing to spend $70,000, and finally a good use for Facebook
Ex-Bitter answers the age-old question: why are lawyers so unhappy?
Stop wallowing in obscurity and start contributing to the world’s most popular legal humor site
Even for a boutique lawyer, there’s no way to ever get 100% away from work. Even if the other lawyers in my firm had the time or inclination to help me out—which they don’t—there’s a lot of “getting up to speed” in a case that is required to make effective arguments. And by “getting up…
We caught up with best-selling author and lawyer Gretchen Rubin to talk about her writing and the Happiness Project
For anyone out there foolish enough to take advice from me, here’s a list of ideas I’ve come up with to manage my own “vacation” from law school.