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?
Given that I’m not open about my past or even what I do presently, how the hell (and why) did my boss connect me with scoring weed?
I’m being told that, without a near-perfect memo for a writing sample, it will be hard to get a job. Just how important is the em dash anyway?
I came to school thinking I had a pretty good chance of a job after three years. Now it seems those numbers were baked. Should I sue my school?
Wouldn’t it be better to represent the odd sympathetic client in your spare time at little to no cost while pursuing a profession that unequivocally benefits society?
Q) This is probably a first-year level question, but I was looking for advice on how to select proper legal writing samples to use when applying for jobs. I am four years out of law school and have accumulated a decent collection of memorandum and demand letters over the years at my current firm and was…
If you are moonlighting as a meat waiter at Fogo de Chao while working at BigLaw, you’re doing it wrong.
What should an associate do after going road rage on a partner on the way to work?