Tag Archives: Hypotheticals

Calling All Poets!

Does this describe you? You love to practice law and are thankful you chose this profession, but it doesn’t allow you to express your creative side. You know, that side of you that law school tried to obliterate (without complete … Continue reading

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Fiction for Attorneys

By Ian Pisarcik, Legal Publications Attorney Editor As an attorney, two things are reasonably certain to occur in your lifetime: Sallie Mae will deduct an astronomically high student loan payment from your checking account and someone, somewhere will ask you … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Hypothetical

By Ian Pisarcik, Legal Publications Attorney Editor There is a scene in the 2001 film A Beautiful Mind where John Nash’s wife Alicia, played by Jennifer Connelly, discovers that the door to an abandoned tool shed at the edge of … Continue reading

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