News & Views

  • Do Pasties Count As Art Supplies?

    Strippers all over Iowa have been shaking in their platform boots this week as a loophole in the state’s public indecent exposure law that allows...

  • An Offer You Can’t Refuse

    The media has recently been buzzing with news of NYU Law School’s crackdown on its students’ time-honored practice of offering to buy and sell their...

  • Nick Thompson: Toughest Law Student Ever

    In the past few weeks, recent law grad Nick Thompson has “eaten ‘chicken, brown rice and spinach to the point of nausea,’…doesn’t see his friends,...

  • Bitter Lawyer CLE: Week in Review 6

    What Bitter Lawyers have learned this week: We’re no accountants, but two for the price of three doesn’t sound like a great deal. In the...

  • Shut Up and Drink

    True or false: Being a summer associate at a Big Firm is sort of like being an aspiring actress who comes to Hollywood and suddenly...

  • Two-Year JD: Sign Us Up for This One!

    Building on a recent trend, Northwestern Law School has announced that starting next Spring, it will offer an accelerated J.D. program, to be completed in...

  • No Mulligan for Giuliani

    Andrew Giuliani, the son of former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, has filed a federal lawsuit against Duke University after being kicked off the golf team for...

  • The Price of Bliss: $150K

    A jury has awarded a Georgia woman $150,000 after she sued her former fiance for canceling their wedding. The jilted bride, RoseMary Shell, argued that...

  • Prostitution? No way!

    The aspiring model girlfriend of a rags-to-riches Park Avenue doorman who once worked as a “greeter” at a Manhattan club busted last week for being...

  • Consent Is Overrated

    What happens when a 25-year-old party girl tries to enforce a written promise that her cokehead boyfriend likely scribbled on a napkin in a the...