If you like to slow down on the freeway to gawk at accidents, you're going to love this blog.
I like the paragraph on "asset investigations," you sound like a badass right there. I think that'll encourage people to hire you. Overall, that's a much better attorney website than most attorneys have. They may have more years of attorney experience, but you make the better first impression! (Smart!)
Hell yeah, that photo is badass too! I like it!!
What has happened to the Big Cat? Is that idiot trolling another blog now?
The last I heard, he was headed to South America.
GP (hell, even BC) - Any words of wisdom for those taking the bar exam this week?
Anon: 12:34: I don't know. He's not a personal friend, acquaintance, or anything. But the last I heard he was going on some sort of Caribbean junket. Anon 1:20: The best and most succinct advice I can give is to listen to my interview with Dustin Saidi. The link is posted in the top right corner of the blog. There's a lot more in that interview than I could ever put in writing. But if I had to boil it down to one concept I would simply say to relax and to write like a lawyer. Block out the Bar Exam test environment, wherever you are, and imagine that you're discussing the problem with your law school buddies. I believe the graders are looking to see that you are comfortable with the material. They're not looking for an outline. Relax and go with the flow. Let the Force be with you, or whatever.Cheers, and good luck to all!
The site's down...
Nate: It must have been a problem with my hosting provider because it works for me (that World Wide Inter-Web thing is so unreliable ...)(;-)>
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