While booze and a high-cap credit limit can tamper down problems with success, they are not always good choices nor do they generally lead to positive change.
Archives for March 2011
We asked lawyers and legal professionals to come up with the most exciting topics that they could expound on in an unlimited amount of time.
Some shmoe out there needed to take a closer look at Shpoonkle and report back about it. Lucky for you, I’m that shmoe.
Looking to impress law students asking for a job? A 315 Bates on your desk screams “retro post-ironic so totally cool but what is it?”
We apologize in advance for Chank’s rant about the three-martini lunch. He was drunk, thus answering his own question.
With most of my theories, there’s an unfortunate illegality that dogs them. Sure, I can be abusive and petty like the best of them, but there’s a cost. And that cost is $250 per month. When needed, I outsource all of my petty and abusive behavior to TSD Outsourcing.
Being a big blowhard can reap unexpected rewards, like an increased Twitter reputation or the aura of being a tough-as-nails experienced lawyer. Here are some tips to consider if you are considering moving toward the snarky curmudgeon niche, a surprisingly growing niche within the law.
How did I manage to become a wildly successful fake lawyer proselytizer in just a few months? Here’s how.
If scriveners go really bad, they can insert embarrassing “potty mouth” data into your backups, confuse ediscovery with a children’s board game, and even begin scrivening via Facebook or Twitter. Don’t let that happen to you.
Because degaussing battleships is above your pay grade, concentrate on how to degauss officer computer monitors and other stuff, including staff.