Actual lawyers with big firm experience, it seems, make for better TV viewing than the fictionalized versions that networks are fond of using in their scripted dramas. And, it turns out, attorneys make formidable foes when the TV shows in question call for competition.
Consider the case of two associates with Am Law 100 backgrounds — only one of whom still works at a large firm — who made recent appeareances on a pair of popular programs.
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