Sunday, August 20, 2006

In Honor of Law Review

In honor of my solicitation, I have decided to post this cartoon from Clay Bennet of the Christian Science Monitor, Mr. Bennet is my favorite political cartoonist.

I little something for the ladies...

One of my friend is a little bit depressed so I thought that this profile of two of my friends (actually one friend and one acquaintance) would raise her spirits a little. On the left is Paul. He's 25. He speaks three languages, French, German and English. He enjoys swimming, surfing, and skiing. He is the quintessential gentleman.

On the right is Stephen, who is 24 and currently attending U of Michigan as a grad student in some science thing that I forget right now. He plays soccer and golf. He also enjoys reading and lifting weights. Perhaps the most interesting thing about him is that he has never been on a date. Never not even once. He didn't even go to Prom in high school. He's super shy (despite what you may surmise from this picture).

This picture was taken in Providence in December of 2005. Up next: Joseph.

Friday, August 18, 2006


So here's Eric. It's been a while since I profiled any of my friends, but I finally received a picture of Eric that I am able to post and here it is. Eric is 24. His hobbies include reading, running, working out, studying languages and cooking. He also enjoys sailing and soccer. Lastly he's a great dancer, perhaps the best I've ever seen.

This picture was taken in his dorm at Brown, a few years ago.


I've been kidnapped yet again...this time by my girlfriend and law school. It's been a good kidnapping.

Friday, August 04, 2006


I've been kidnapped for the day. I have no idea where I am going, but I should be back by 9PM tonight. Oh, and I've been told to wear sensible shoes and bring a sweatshirt.

Thursday, August 03, 2006

"So, what are you doing after work?"

I was interviewing a client of mine. She allegedly attacked her previous boyfriend with a knife by throwing it at him. She says she was throwing it to him...well after the interview she asks me
"So, what are you doing after work? Do you want to get some dinner?"

I let her down easy, explaining that I was seeing someone. She left me her cell phone number, in case, I change my mind. Yeah, that's going to happen.

Clients, Clients, Clients

I started getting clients of my own today. I'm so excited, but somewhat worried that I'm not really prepared. If I screw up, real people get hurt. I'll have a supervising attorney who'll give me pointers, but when I'm speaking in court or making deals in chambers, I'm really on my own.