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TexJudge Columns, Lawyer 15 Comments

[Ed. Note: The following is a follow-up from “TexJudge,” the former Texas Court of Criminal Appeals judge who wrote the highly debated pieces “Are Law Schools Screwing Students?” and “Bitter Judge Strikes Again.”] I have been reading the various posts on Bitter Lawyer for some time and have found some to be funny, some to be sad and some to …

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On the Set of Lathamed: The Movie

Bitter Staff Columns, Lawyer 16 Comments

Law firm layoffs will be moving from pink slips to the silver screen in the upcoming film Lathamed. The film tells the story of the gutting of the big law dreams, or as the studio has described the movie, “It’s like Titanic, but with fewer survivors.” “Michael Bay was an easy choice for director,” we were told by the film’s producer. “I …

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Bitter Help Wanted: New Editor in Chief

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Bitter Lawyer is searching for a new Editor in Chief.  This is a perfect opportunity for a creative, hard-working, entrepreneurial (and slightly bitter) lawyer who doesn’t loathe Los Angeles.  Compensation will be competitive and include exciting incentives and bonuses. To apply, please send us a resume with “New EIC” in the subject line of the email. In the body of …

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The Lawyers Who Rule the Masters and Augusta National

Mark Thudium Columns, Lawyer 3 Comments

While everyone’s eyes are on a Bootyistic Tiger Woods this year, it’s safe to say that the esteemed, 77-year-old Masters tournament is propped up and made possible by a lot of powerful and entrepreneurial lawyers, both living and dead.  These men are some of the most influential lawyers in the world, and together they operate and/or are members of one …

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