The Campaign For DA

1.19.2016

The Legal Profession Has Changed Quite A Bit During My Lifetime


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

They have fallen into her "crutches"? Should that be "clutches"? Or, excuse me, of course...it's "clutche's". Heaven forbid I should leave off the incorrect apostrophe on that one.

Anonymous said...

I saw the same thing. The author must have forgotten to cross their eyes and dot their T's.

Anonymous said...

Well now you have got to post the actual brief. don't leave us hanging.

Anonymous said...

I hate when someone falls on me when I'm nursing a broken leg. I always use "evil laughter" when it happens.

Anonymous said...

1:05 -

For clarity, the author(s) should have signified the error in the original with the "sic" notation. As it is, it appears as if the author of the brief made the error, not the original moron on Facebook.

Also, opening a brief by citing to both Wikipedia and Urban Dictionary? That's a bold strategy, Cotton...

Anonymous said...

On one hand, you have lawyers writing a brief that cites to the urban dictionary. On the other hand, you have lawyers writing crap like this that somehow results in a grant of cert from SCOTUS (thus making the offending lawyers think they've done something right):

https://twitter.com/kimberlyrobinsn/status/689458280800776193

Anonymous said...

Meh....

Anonymous said...

What's the backstory on the apostrophe bit, 1:05?

Anonymous said...

Thanks to Lawyers!