Confessions of a legal blogger
When I was little, all I ever wanted to do was be a lawyer. I watched those slick American legal dramas believing that all 'attorneys' were glamorous, exciting, dynamic individuals with great suits, huge apartments and, of course, fabulously rewarding careers. Well, it's not quite like that. In fact, drudgery, oppression and enslavement seem like more appropriate words to describe the reality of City law. Thankfully, all this injustice provides me with great material for my blog. Unless you have worked in one, you won't believe what hideous and hilarious places law firms can be - from fights over the HobNobs to indecent exposure at the office Christmas party, it all forms part of the strange and wondrous world of law.
A City law firm associate – aka Anonymous Assistant – on how blogging keeps her sane
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