Dear Bitter Butch, My wedding was a month ago, and things aren’t going very well. My husband is withholding sex. He has done this before, and I know you are probably going to say I shouldn’t have married someone so childish and selfish. But, I did, and now I just need to figure out what to…
I’ve finally come to the realization that 3 years of law school and $150,000.00 of student loan debt have made me unlovable. But I have a plan
If you love to argue, then you would love to marry another lawyer.
Do I really not understand the pressure my wife, a female associate, is under? And what should I do to get her back?
In honor of Valentine’s Day, here’s a tribute to the most commonly seen law school couples: the good, the bad, and the thank-god-you’re-currently-single.
The last impenetrably bulletproof glass ceiling hovering over the heads of women prevents us from entering into friendships with men.
A proposal in Mexico City would make marriages temporary for as little as two years, with the option to renew or dissolve it after the initial term.
All claims were accurate back in 2011. One day we’ll update this, we promise. We here at Bitter Lawyer are all for finding the easy way out. Grinding it out in BigLaw can earn you some dollars, but so can at lot of other things like marrying rich. The only thing better than marrying rich,…
Noel Biderman runs a dating service for married/attached people. Get that? He helps people cheat. Noel Biderman, King of Infidelity
[powerpress] In this week’s installment of the Bitter Brief, our perennial punching bag, Mr. Law School, gives us networking “advice” with which we, naturally, take issue. We take umbrage at the sexist undertones of Law Firm 10’s latest musings on marriage and parenting and Matthew Richardson’s equating the declining value of mid-level associates with the declining hotness of women. And,…