Mark and Kimber discuss a town’s choice of Jesus or jail, plus a literal benchslap, the pork-n-beans lawsuit, and the naked truth about San Francisco.
Mark gets excited about patent law reform, we talk about a dominatrix lawyer, and we deconstruct federal sentencing with the help of Rod Blagojevich
Kimber and Mark dig into the latest LSAT inflation scandal, weigh in on judges asking clerks to work for free, and finish with food and carcasses.
A truly harrowing tale of motherhood gone horribly wrong. Plus debunking Mr. Law School and what to do about French sexlessness and public nudity.
[powerpress] This week on The Bitter Brief, Kimber and Mark wax philosophical on South Korean labor contracts and take ridiculous plaintiffs to task in the mother of all lawsuits. We debate the legality of some fabulous protest, and our discussion on employment discrimination gets ugly. Click here to subscribe to The Bitter Brief on iTunes!
The What What in the Butt parody case, Words with Friends, and a skinamatic turn toward the surreal. This one is NSFW.
The triumphant return of the judge/lawyer of the week, including the “cash for kids” jurist and the swashbuckling naked sword fighting attorney.
[powerpress] On this week’s episode of The Bitter Brief, Mark wonders why Kimber doesn’t lead with the Nigerian lesbian, we go goo-goo for Gaga, and one judge’s country-fried antics leave us as befuddled as a two-dollar hooker on an all-gay cruise. Click here to subscribe to The Bitter Brief on iTunes!
[powerpress] On this week’s special swingin’ Vegas edition of the Bitter Brief, Kimber regales Mark with tales of her adventures in Sin City, we tackle copyright troll Righthaven, and we discuss the scourge of The Strip. Click here to subscribe to the the Bitter Brief on iTunes!
[powerpress] The bar exam is over–for most people–so now we offer our own take on the types of people you meet at the bar exam. Also, our discussion of Kymberly Wimberly’s valedictory denial devolves into a very personal exploration of Kimber’s own salutatory struggles. Click here to subscribe to The Bitter Brief on iTunes!