Monday, April 27, 2009

torture-memo Courtoon

16 Responses to “Monday, April 27, 2009”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    This is the best courtoon in weeks.

  2. Eli R. Says:

    As an incoming summer associate, I must say that the humor in this courtoon is, at best, tortured.

  3. BIGINSURANCELAW Says:

    Anonymous,

    You mean this is the most RACIST courtoon in weeks.

  4. Ryan Says:

    To Eli R.: Wait a couple of years, go back and read the memos you wrote, and you’ll see exactly what this cartoon is talking about.

  5. Grant B. Says:

    As an incoming summer associate, I must say that the humor in this courtoon is pretty damn funny.

    Nice one, Mr. Mills.

  6. Sara Says:

    To Ryan: So true! This one is hilarious.

  7. antagonista Says:

    as an incoming summer associate, i must say that the humor in this courtoon is, at best, AMAZING.

  8. Eli R. Says:

    As an incoming summer associate, I must express disappointment in my fellow incoming associates sense of humor (or lack thereof).

  9. 1L Says:

    Look at all the “incoming summer associates”… and all the blogs said we wouldn’t have jobs!

  10. Brandon Says:

    As an incoming summer associate, I’d like to point out the first incoming associate’s self-deprecating humor, which apparently went unrecognized by a few other incoming summer associates.

    Good cartoon, too!

  11. Eli R. Says:

    Finally, an incoming summer associate worth his (grain of) salt!

    Thanks, Brandon!

  12. Ryan Says:

    Eli R: Sorry about the unwarranted comment; sometimes sarcasm doesn’t translate on a message board.

  13. Anonymous Says:

    Ryan: No problem. In fact, I already find it torturous to read my 1L memos.

  14. LRW Rocks Says:

    I can relate. I teach legal writing and am presently reading some torture briefs.

  15. WitOfAttachment Says:

    Yoo should not be making light of this.

  16. Other Law Student Says:

    reading law student memos > reading the case packet for write on competition. I’m about to just beg for water boarding.

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