If you land a job that’s also on the road to sitting for a state bar exam, who wouldn’t want to get paid essentially to go to hard knocks law school
Most big firms—most offices or workplaces even—-have their own versions of touchy-feely bra-checking partners.
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.
Honestly, what’s wrong with my Ford F150? And if I have to get a new car, what’s best for a youngish associate who thinks he’s moving up?
I am really very content with my job as a seventh year associate at a megafirm—I’m happy just plodding.
Should I spill the beans and ‘fess up to lying to the partner or try to maintain the charade temporarily then let it die?
I imagine that the money the firm makes from my billed hours ends up supporting pro-life causes. What should I do? Did I make a deal with the devil?
What do you think are my chances of getting a job at a New York firm like Wachtell or White and Case? Honestly.
I’d rather be flipping burgers and serving up McFlurries from the drive-thru than practicing law.
Is there a tiered system of document review, like going to law school or being on law review?