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so funny… but not so funny when you’re a 2L
HA! Living the dream, folks, living the dream. (Enjoy that crushing debt, everyone!)
This courtoon is (fill in the blank)-ist!
Recently found, chapter 1 in the manual for operating Career Services Placement Office: “get 3L a job, then load that firm with interns and get 3L fired”
hahaha that reindeer always knows whats up.
It’s not a reindeer. It’s a dog either with ribbons tied to its ears or with bushy eyebrows.
Can you make a Courtoon parodying Paranormal Activity? The movie sucked donkey balls.
[…] From Courtoons […]
Owie… once again, a little too true… I was just reading NLJ’s article about the job cuts at the NLJ 250. Yikes.
@Slum: Paranormal Activity? What’s the law angle in that? Paralegal Activity, maybe?
This courtoon is racist.
I bet plenty of law grads could get jobs in papermills producing those gigantic text books…
Exactly, there is no law angle there. But you can always draw a reference and insert a legal angle. Like two associates sleeping and then suddenly their cubicle door opens up and the demonic partner walks in and gives them more work. Or how the associates hear a loud thud in the middle of the night only to find 4 feet of client files stacked on top of one another right on their table.
Courtoons reads the ABA Journal.
Haha! So true – I’m a 2L law student and actually own a cupcake bakery! My attorney friends all say that at this point it’s my best bet for a post-law school career…
Congratulations, David! I read the article in the fall about your argument before the S. Ct. I was hoping all would go your way.
I have a question about the cartoon. Can you update the date for “Law School Career Services – New Guide Book for 2010” to 2011? I would like to purchase this for a classmate for our May graduation. Thanks!
Courtoons © David E. Mills 2008-09: Daily legal cartoons and comics.