I’m at the bottom at Harvard Law and wondering if I should stick it out and see what happens or give up the quest and move on to something else.
What do you think of my prospects of developing an online business that delivers attorney-reviewed forms like LegalZoom?
I’m a fourth year law firm associate and I’ve been busted for steroids.
I still live with my mom even though I’ve been employed at my law firm for about four years now. Should I move out or stick it out?
If you land a job that’s also on the road to sitting for a state bar exam, who wouldn’t want to get paid essentially to go to hard knocks law school
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?
I am really very content with my job as a seventh year associate at a megafirm—I’m happy just plodding.
Should I spill the beans and ‘fess up to lying to the partner or try to maintain the charade temporarily then let it die?