As a nod to my upcoming CLE requirement deadline, I made a short list of things I’ve actually learned over the course of my big firm legal career.
I can hear my law professor screaming about that title right now. She hated the term ‘zealous advocacy.’ As an attorney in training, I only had some very vague idea of why ‘zealous advocacy’ might not be the best possible term. The preamble to the Model Rules of Professional Conduct (MPR) does mention zealous advocacy.…
This Halloween I planned to do the same exact thing I do every Halloween: spend four days lying to random girls and picking up digits for the winter.
I figured I’d throw our a few foolproof ways to solve the problem of corporate clients not wanting to pay for first-year associates.
Being a corporate lawyer who basically sucks from the teat of Wall Street, I’m tempted not to bite the hand that feeds me. But I still have ideas.
Can someone else please admit this is the first they heard of this person? The name Amanda Knox barely registered for me until yesterday.
Matthew Richardson reviews Whitney and Pan Am, two of this fall’s new television series.
For highly-employed associates who didn’t get home from the office until the morning, here’s Richardson’s take on three shows that recently premiered.
It’s like soldiers at the beginning of “Saving Private Ryan” suing the generals for misleading them about their prospects when they got off the boats.
As summer starts heating up, I have to decide whether I’m gonna break two of my rules. Things that I decided I was not gonna do anymore while I still have a job in the shithole economy: 1. Bang any summer associates. 2. Attend any wedding of my asshole colleagues.