Now, we’re not talking about those ones where a dude glowers over the freeway dressed in a $150 suit with a dark dress shirt like he’s Regis Philbin circa 1998. Those things are a dime a dozen. These billboards go the extra mile (Pun totally intended. Sue us.) to make lawyers look absurd. 1. The Super…
We’re not going to tell you how (yet) to be a badass motherfucker. We just don’t see any ethical problems.
I will not do any of these things because you are not my client. And I am not your lawyer.
To be a successful big firm lawyer, you need to understand the art of manufactured outrage. Most successful solo attorneys have developed the skill of manufacturing outrage over years of being the little guy and overlooked for major litigation. As a big firm attorney, though, you’ll need to manufacture outrage easily and on the spot.…
You know the drill. It’s finals time, and when you’re not wallowing in regret and self-loathing, you’re avoiding studying. Not in cool fun ways like going out to dinner or seeing a movie, but more in pathetic home-bound ways where you tell yourself that any moment now, you’ll start studying. For sure. Promise. Right after…
As I start my fifth year as a licensed liar, here are the things I wish I had been told when I first started
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.
Bo Bice’s bid for relevance includes having a sad while getting some Popeye’s chicken.