While I’ve been reading blogs written by anonymous thirty-something year old female academics griping about the sides of the profession nobody warned us about, people of, presumably, every other profession on earth have been blogging their own professional tales of woe. I can’t remember how I came across anonymouslawyer.blogspot.com – but after a diligent five minutes reading I have no idea whether it’s a parody or not. It certainly panders to the stereotypes. Probably our academic blogs do too.

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  1. SJ

    Parody written by a 3L at Harvard. Funny for the first few minutes, and then the trick gets old.

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