Tag Archives: ways that other people are crazy

The Day I Learned The Truth About Law Firms

For the last year, I worked on one single aspect of a single case. As young associates strive to do, I became the master of the facts pertaining to that aspect of the case. I’d read all the documents many … Continue reading

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Overheard in Big Law

This is a series I’ve been wanting to start for a while. It’d be a foolish one to host on my blog, though, which is only semi-anonymous. I think it be a great stand-alone blog, like Overheard in New York. … Continue reading

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A few weeks ago I tweeted about the joys of working in an office during the holiday season. There is a many-feet high Christmas tree in the lobby (dwarfing that token menorah you see everywhere this time of year). There … Continue reading

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It’s The Little Things (That Make You Realize Your Job Sucks)

Actual conversation at the firm holiday breakfast:* Me: Does anybody have any holiday vacation plans? Coworkers: I might take the 24th and 25th off. Me: … Coworker: I have to leave early today to pick up my suits from the … Continue reading

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In Which I Rant About Politics And Link To A Bunch Of Religious Sites. Sorry.

When I started this blog, I fully intended to spend time ranting about, exploring, and explaining what it’s like to be a liberal mormon. It’s one of those essential parts of who I am that leads to uncomfortable and/or infuriating … Continue reading

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