From Jonathan Turley comes the story of how the other half — we mean the other one percent — lives. Apparently, it involves a lot of squabbling. Attorney Richard Fields his estranged wife Ekaterina […] [have] been in an intense battle of who gets a $100,000 baby grand piano in the couple’s former New York apartment.…
Just as the panic and anxiety of student loan debt and joblessness hit 3Ls, they get notices to about contributing to the 3L class gift.
Another Bitter Comic by Albert Wang
The symbols and icons that span the life of a student loan
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?
I just want to say f*ck it all, default, and move to Greece. Why not? I didn’t go to law school to be a barely employed document reviewer.
Padding LSAT scores, looking into robot judges, and picking up Baphomet-fearing clients on Craigslist. Plus more in this week’s Bitter news.
Stewing about the cut to subsidized graduate student loans. I embarked on a quest to sniff out other “questionable” government expenditures.
If you are not one of the lucky ones to get into a public law school and are forced to go to a private law school, you will probably be paying an exorbitant amount of money in tuition. Some law schools are as high as $45,000 per year. To balance out the $45,000 tuition, start…
Let’s look at what a first year associate makes, shall we?