Top 5 Hobbies for Big Firm Associates

C. Hank Peters Big Legal Brain, Lawyer 7 Comments

Many big firms today take pride from employing well-rounded associates who can fit in at the opera just as easily as at the theatre. But outside of the traditional activities of a highly-paid professional, what are good hobbies for big firm associates? What should they do to burn off the extra half-hour at the end of the week? Competitive eating and reality television show appearances are now passe. Luckily, at Big Legal Brain Analytics, we’ve studied the hobbying habits of law firm associates and have compiled the top five acceptable hobbies for big firm associates.

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  • MagicCircleJerk

    Only the co-parenting and lexting sections had any humor. C+ attempt

    • http://biglegalbrain.com/ C. Hank Peters

      Awesome. I did my own three-page debriefing and evaluation and came up with a solid C minus. But I preferred the shrimping hobby, which I’m still looking into. Interesting. But thanks for the passing grade. Better than how I did in law school.

      • http://www.constitutionaldaily.com BL1Y

        I thought this was pretty good, actually. In the top 85th percentile for Bitter Lawyer material.

        But, responding to criticism in the comments? There’s not really a good way to do that.

        I give the article a B, and your comment a D-.

        • Verna

          Who is this doosh, some kind of critic or law professor? I would not sleep with same.

  • Quadoz

    What happened to bar-hopping and whoring….maybe that’s more related to the cop side of my life.

    City Cop by Midnight, Rookie Lawyer by Day

  • Guano Dubango

    I do not have any hobbies, other than perhaps reading law magazines. Does that make me not well rounded? I am very busy trying to secure a mate, and that has, to date, not proven to be successful.

    Are there not any eligible pretty female attorneys willing to bear me 3 issue?

  • Evil Lawyer

    Great. Let’s add yelling at kids to keep off the grass, bingo, polishing the chrome bumpers on the family Buick, and reruns of Lawrence Welk.

    I think we need a lawyer that does not nod off at 900pm to provide us with better advice. I know adding stamps to your stamp collection, scrapbooking and so on are safe hobbies for people that can’t stay awake past 9, but the rest of us are still up for advice on hobbies for the late night hours, like between 10 and midnight, as long as I can get home by 1230.

    I reccomend pro bono time spent shopping at Victorias Secret with a secretary, and learning about checkpoints and breathalizer tests to help poor young things that got a DUI.