Noel Biderman runs a dating service for married/attached people. Get that? He helps people cheat.
Noel Biderman, King of Infidelity
We don’t interview many professors at Bitter Lawyer. Period. They’re generally rather dry and not really our bag. UCLA Law professor and former Supreme Court clerk Eugene Volokh seems an obvious exception.
Eugene Volokh: Un-American Legal Conspirator
For some of us, law school was a horrifying place, filled with terror and dread. Fortunately, there’s Halloween—a time when we can collectively put our fears out in the open and (hopefully) conquer them. So, in honor of Halloween, Bitter Lawyer is revealing the spooky truth about real law school monsters.
From the Archives: Five Monsters You Meet In Law School
Q: What is a typical day in the life of a college basketball analyst? Is it as fun as it seems?
A: It certainly beats working for a living!
Jay Bilas: ESPN Analyst & Esq.
Men are curious when it comes to “huge ropes.” You don’t really think about it (or most men don’t, anyway), unless someone happens to plant the seed in your mind—and you happen to have a perfect opportunity to confirm or disprove the myth for yourself.
Rope: LIVING the DREAM, Webisode 7
“Why is it that female lawyers feel the need to dress like asexual, feminist monks? Seriously, what are we so afraid of, ladies? Having men think we’re actually women?”
Erin Andrews, Esq.
Texas Tech Red Raiders head football coach Mike Leach is unique for a lot of reasons. Only one of which is that Leach is a 1986 graduate of Pepperdine Law School. But instead of beginning a career as a lawyer, Leach put his passion for football ahead of the law.
Mike Leach: Texas Tech Head Coach, J.D.
Exit polling of California bar exam takers. Look at the worn out law students!
Hear/Say 04: “JDs v. California Bar Exam”
Everybody knows someone who thought about going to law school but decided to do something else instead. And then there are those lawyers who left practicing to follow a different path.
11 Famous Law School Dropouts
“My favorite time of year has arrived. Late spring. The flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, the skirts are short and the 2010 Summer Program is around the corner. As we all know, I struggle to resist the temptation of luring a hot female summer back to my lair for a night of meaningless sex.”
How Not to Sleep with a Summer Associate