When you’re in law school you start to think that everyone in the world went to Yale, clerked for the Supreme Court, and speaks 12...
I will not give you free legal advice. I don’t care if you’re my mother, my girlfriend, or my doctor.
I need this job. My kid needs me to need this job. And I can take the insults.
Don't mess with your paralegal. She remembers.
If you've ever dated a civilian while a lawyer or in law school, you'll recognize at least half of these.
From the Bitter Lawyer Archives, a post and webisode of Living the Dream.
In addition to his commanding presence in legal academia, Eugene Volokh is also the founder and co-author of The Volokh Conspiracy, a blog that covers...
Here are a few exercises that can steel you for the boredom, humiliation, and awkwardness known as networking in law school.
We ask normals on the street what they know or even think about big law firms.
“I’d started writing during my third year of law school. By the time I stopped practicing, I’d written several scripts, honed my craft and gotten...