One partner found it preposterous to take two days off for a dog and said “just do it and then come back to the office.”
Do I really not understand the pressure my wife, a female associate, is under? And what should I do to get her back?
I know the law and I know my clients. But I am not liked by my law firm colleagues or staff.
Should I quit my law firm job in grand style? If I do, what should I do (or not do) to make a lasting impression?
Ex-Bitter answers the age-old question: why are lawyers so unhappy?
I’m at the bottom at Harvard Law and wondering if I should stick it out and see what happens or give up the quest and move on to something else.
What do you think of my prospects of developing an online business that delivers attorney-reviewed forms like LegalZoom?
I’m a fourth year law firm associate and I’ve been busted for steroids.
I still live with my mom even though I’ve been employed at my law firm for about four years now. Should I move out or stick it out?
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