Bitter News, 10-7-09

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Headlines from the Bitter Newsroom as split between the relative and the absolute as Guy Ritchie: • It’s like a legal headline Mad Lib: Jesse James, a 24-year-old law school student, may run in an Indiana House race next year, which would face him off against Republican incumbent Bruce Borders, a longtime Elvis Presley impersonator. How will it turn out?  …

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To: The World From: Bitter 5th Year Cc: Nerdy Litigation Partner Two weeks ago, a nerdy litigation partner asked me to work on a private equity investment for one of his clients.  Simple enough, right?  I’m a fifth-year associate and regarded as a competent transactional attorney.  I’m not the class rock star, but I’ve been told I’m “very much in …

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Bitter News, 10-2-09

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Headlines from the Bitter Newsroom that won’t see U.S. summer games, but our kids may in 2116: • Law students in England are being offered real jobs to simply be cyber-friendly and use Facebook, Twitter and other social media in an attempt to promote a new College of Law opening next year.  “@bitterlawyer RT: you know what place is awesome? …

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Bitter News, 9-21-09

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Headlines from the Bitter Newsroom that make the 11th biggest lie in history: • Headline reads: “Gritty 80-yr-old is probably city’s oldest law student.” Probably?  The city’s?  Don’t want to step out on a limb and expand the geographic scope of that statement a smidgen?  You’re already using the word “probably.” For the love, he’s so old he couldn’t find …

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Bitter News, 9-17-09

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Headlines from the Bitter Newsroom with the same “supernatural” power over men as Megan Fox: • Capital BigLaw-ers unite.  “Washington, D.C. has become the favorite area for wealthy young adults, with the nation’s highest percentage of 25-34 year-olds making more than $100,000 a year.” Some 10,327 young adults making more than six figures live in D.C.’s Loudoun county.  [Reuters via …

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