The “Old Codger Lawyer,” a species of lawyer that is at least two generations behind but still proudly unaware of it.
Most team-building exercises work well, like tailgating in a parking lot before a partner’s big ERISA trial. But others are not such a good idea.
As a nod to my upcoming CLE requirement deadline, I made a short list of things I’ve actually learned over the course of my big firm legal career.
Beware: Failure to follow these rules may cause your law student to bite.
A checklist of the six types of people you’re guaranteed to meet in the bar exam room
Max and August often wonder what animals they can legally have as pets, namely woodchucks, bears, ocelots, and squirrels.
Law students shouldn’t date in law school. That means they will.
How a bitter BigLaw partner views his prospects and resolutions for the future.
And now for the law student’s guide to New Year’s resolutions.
We all like to do the New Years resolutions thing, but let’s face it, there some resolutions that we, as lawyers, simply shouldn’t make. They’re a waste of time. Let’s just get them out in the open and save everyone a lot of heartburn: