I feel a great deal of loyalty to the partner, but I am concerned about the future of the law firm, and more importantly, my...
Should I spill the beans and 'fess up to lying to the partner or try to maintain the charade temporarily then let it die?
Should I tell the partner I don’t like being referred to as his “second-tier project?” Will he still work with me? Will he ruin my reputation?
Life has a way of reminding you that, even with a monstrous ego, you aren’t that important.
If you don’t satisfy these eight criteria, you don’t work in BigLaw. You just work at a law firm that’s big. There’s a difference.
Wouldn't it be better to represent the odd sympathetic client in your spare time at little to no cost while pursuing a profession that unequivocally...
As a mediocre midlevel at a top law firm, I haven’t really considered plans for my “future.” I always sort of let the tide take...
He made the mistake, but I was suddenly the asshole. So I told him to go f*** himself and walked out the door.
I don’t mind working for the partner, but I can’t stand his constant, not-so-funny shtick.
Why did two female lawyers quickly swap practice groups unannounced and without justification?