Advice on dating lawyers

Rated 3.80/5 based on 909 customer reviews

This also glosses over the whole “terminally in debt” thing. Have you ever thought: I was wondering if there was a way that everything I want to do will be subjected to second-guessing and a hail of recriminations.

If this is what you want, you don’t need a lawyer, you need a dominatrix.

Let’s address some of e Harmony’s advice: I found a typo already.

Replace “smarter” with “like an a**hole.” Lest we forget, lawyers are the most despised profession in America. Unless this hypothetical group of non-lawyers just happen to be discussing document review, this boyfriend’s opinion is pretty useless. But this point isn’t about smarts, it’s all about appealing to the contemptible person who wants to rub into friends that he or she has a “better” life partner than they do.

And people accuse ATL of being too focused on Biglaw.

Look away from the top private-practice gigs, and lawyers are not nearly as “financially secure” as e Harmony’s collection of vague stereotypes suggests.

“One day I got called on in Civ Pro and I had to talk about International Shoe for 10 minutes.” Sploosh.

The moral of this whole story is that the next time you meet someone through e Harmony, realize that they’re probably looking for a superficial jerk.

turning documents while a team of lawyers argue over comma placement, well, you’re in luck!

Yet, despite some isolated efforts to hire and retain more female attorneys and promote more women into partnership, little tangible progress has been made to improve the position of women in the profession…

, being a baker can be so much more than simply punching a time clock: “[Breadmaking is] one of those almost hypnotic businesses, like a dance from some ancient ceremony.

What if the reader were a homosexual female, but can’t relate at all because the author insists this article is ‘boyfriends only’? Three mentions of boyfriend where “partner” could have been used and a reference to a lawyer being male “one even refers to you as ‘HIS’ learned friend”.

Although if I were being charitable, I would say that it was written from a female perspective and an attempt has been made to make it gender neutral, but the misses are down to, once again LC, poor proofing and editing.

Leave a Reply