Thursday, March 26, 2015


If you're an attorney, isn't putting "at law" at the end of that just a bit ridiculous? I mean it's not like some guy on a boat is an "attorney at fishing" or the guy in the cockpit is an "attorney at flight". At the very least you're being pretentious so just, you know, knock it off.

And before some nitpicky 2L points it out, yes attorney can also refer to an attorney-in-fact, that is, someone with power of attorney. If you even thought about adding that comment as a correction, you should be fucking shot

I think there's only one exception to that .If you're Attorney General you can add whatever you like. If you want to be Attorney Genera at Law or Attorney General Esq. that's fine. But only because you have the title "General" in there and it'll make the dumb people think you can call up a tank brigade.

On a side note, how cool would it be if you were Attorney General and you had a tank that could fire dis-barred lawyers like Sabot rounds? That would be awesome. That would make me want the job. That or if someone had posters that said "Attorney-at-Play". It would be much better to be an attorney-at-play than to be an attorney-at-law


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