There are a few things about finals I don’t completely despise.
Archives for December 2012
For most people, being in the courtroom awaiting your initial hearing on disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer is not the time to be clowning around. Kenneth Kraucunas is not most people. The Milwaukee man appeared in court dressed in full clown attire, including a red nose. The bailiff, who apparently hated…
The most read posts in the past work week, ending December 7, 2012. Because you wasted time during the week on billable hours, catch up on what you missed. Law Student Time Management 4 Common Types of Law School Exams Karate-Style Trial Objections What Every Bitter Lawyer Wants For Christmas, Part 2 Top 3 Reasons…
What in the Bitter Lawyer is going on here? Put your lawyerly wisdom to the test and post a comment below or on Facebook with a witty, hilarious, or brilliant caption to this retro comic, courtesy of Shutterstock.com. And keep it clean(ish) and, y’know, respectful. The editors’ pick will be announced next week, and then…
Ladies and gentleman, without further adieu, I introduce you to The Flask Tie.
I’m a fairly new but older associate in a large firm. I’m also a recovering alcoholic Mormon.
The winning equation of the South + College Football + Booze + Recently Released from Jail.
It’s Thursday and time to open the Vault. Those of your looking for an alternative career (and that career is acting), this one is for you.
Top 3 Reasons Why Studying Law Part Time on the Weekend is the Best Thing that Makes Me Want to Die Inside
Learning love the law, one weekend at a time. He is the Weekend Warrior.
An illustrated guide to the ancient art of using karate-style objections at trial.