Torture-memo legal analysis
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This is the best courtoon in weeks.
As an incoming summer associate, I must say that the humor in this courtoon is, at best, tortured.
You mean this is the most RACIST courtoon in weeks.
To Eli R.: Wait a couple of years, go back and read the memos you wrote, and you’ll see exactly what this cartoon is talking about.
As an incoming summer associate, I must say that the humor in this courtoon is pretty damn funny.
Nice one, Mr. Mills.
To Ryan: So true! This one is hilarious.
as an incoming summer associate, i must say that the humor in this courtoon is, at best, AMAZING.
As an incoming summer associate, I must express disappointment in my fellow incoming associates sense of humor (or lack thereof).
Look at all the “incoming summer associates”… and all the blogs said we wouldn’t have jobs!
As an incoming summer associate, I’d like to point out the first incoming associate’s self-deprecating humor, which apparently went unrecognized by a few other incoming summer associates.
Good cartoon, too!
Finally, an incoming summer associate worth his (grain of) salt!
Eli R: Sorry about the unwarranted comment; sometimes sarcasm doesn’t translate on a message board.
Ryan: No problem. In fact, I already find it torturous to read my 1L memos.
I can relate. I teach legal writing and am presently reading some torture briefs.
Yoo should not be making light of this.
reading law student memos > reading the case packet for write on competition. I’m about to just beg for water boarding.
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