A warning on the bar exam should tell students: "Passing the bar may cause you to suffer angry diatribes from unreasonable judges who fail to understand the logic of your argument. Clients may stiff you on your bills, even when you obtain unimaginable victories. If you go to a large firm, the partnership track may recede with each passing year." Personal anecdote. Some time ago I spoke at the meeting of a large international law firm. I learned that it then took at least seven years before an associate would even be considered for a partnership. Under common law, a person missing for seven years is considered dead.
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
A *@#!ing New Year's Resolution
That's the title of Justice Gilbert's latest DJ column; he's "sick of sanitizing so-called 'offensive' words." Don't miss the fun, which includes: