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10 Things You Will Do While Studying for the Bar
The ten things you will almost always do during the weeks of studying for the bar exam.
Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom: Hardball Los Angeles litigator Terry Christensen was sentenced Monday to three years in federal prison, fined $250,000, and ordered to three years of post-prison supervision for conspiring with Hollywood private investigator Anthony Pellicano to wiretap billionaire Kirk Kerkorian’s former wife. The judge said “deterring other lawyers from illegal conduct [...]
The thrill is gone. Last Friday, I found out that I passed the New York bar. How I was able to find that out after five-plus hours of fruitlessly trying to load a page on their website, which crashed approximately 14 minutes after results became available, is another story. I immediately had that “whoosh” feeling, like [...]
Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom: Every lawyer is anxiously trying to avoid being an economic casualty right now, which has inspired a new trend of Big Firm-ers heading off to foreign law offices, mainly in the Middle East, to keep profits up in other markets. But if China is your new attorney home, you [...]
Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom: Louisa C. Tuck, a.k.a. ‘Crystal Gunns’ (you can Google her on your own), is a porn star-cum-elementary school recess monitor in New Jersey. Parents (presumably mothers) are dialing up pressure to have her fired, but lawyers are advising the district that they have no grounds to do so, which [...]