As I start my fifth year as a licensed liar, here are the things I wish I had been told when I first started
Who is the Tim Tebow of the legal world?
Right now the competition that I am aiming to win is a simple one: end the year with the largest settlement in the firm.
In order to finish a marathon, it’s you versus your mind. This allegory, to me, sums up the practice of law.
Why am I writing you this open letter? Simply put, you are a disgrace to the litigating community.
Life has a way of reminding you that, even with a monstrous ego, you aren’t that important.
In all honesty, I can usually predict within the first sentence if a potential client has a legitimate case or not.
We need more lawyers counseling lawyers on how to react when they have the opportunity to do something stupid.
The law firm calendar has reached that page in the summer where there is absolutely nothing of importance going on in the office.
I am a lawyer that loses in some facet almost every day of the work-week. But that’s the thing, it’s part of what I bargained for so that I could be in this business.