News & Views

  • Loose Ends, 8-29-08

    Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom: Should junior associates pay law firms for “training”? The Legal Blog Watch is reporting that this guy seems to...

  • Enzyte: Long Answer to a Short Question

    The founder of male sexual enhancement product Enzyte, which reportedly used ads featuring “Smiling Bob,” the world’s happiest and most confident man, has led to...

  • You Get What You Pay For

    Negotiation skills come less readily to some, as reports out of Florida are confirming. Police in Bonita Springs have reported that a man, Fausino Diaz...

  • Loose Ends, 8-27-08

    Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom: Germans can’t get enough of Tom Cruise—just ask the 12 movie extras suing him and his production company after...

  • Soak It Up, Summer Associates

    This just in. According to Portfolio.com, summer associates are actually being judged at the various cocktail parties, swanky dinners and goofy “out of the box” events...

  • US News: Think Your Law School’s Top Tier? Think Again.

    The legal blogosphere is buzzing about the front-page story in today’s Wall Street Journal that U.S. News & World Report is “seriously” considering reworking its...

  • Loose Ends, 8-26-08

    Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom: Ever wonder what Harry Potter would be like if it was made into a porn flick? But without the...

  • Ready, Aim, Grow Up

    A word of caution to those of you packing water guns: Watch out. According to reports out of New York, a woman, Cassandra Wu, was...

  • Who Says Women Are Bad at Math?

    Ladies, where have you gone? A new report circulated by the American Bar Association has the legal world asking why women lawyers are “still underrepresented...

  • Even Ron Burgundy Wouldn’t Approve

    It’s been a tough summer for celebrity stalkers. Larry Mendte, former anchor of the CBS evening news out of Philadelphia, pled guilty on Friday to...