First Post: Jeremy Blachman's of April 29, discussing the odd phenomenon of Harvard 3Ls wishing their fellow classmates good luck, including the luck of not ending up with permanent careers as lawyers.
Second Post: Scheherazade’s post of the same day, admitting “another reason I am still a lawyer is that it lets me have a life that makes me very happy.”
On this blawg, I've shared a little bit about my early inspirations for becoming a lawyer. I also wrote a post about what I think is one of the great things about having a law degree: play your cards right, and you can fashion a career that will suit your personality. Finally, I’ve had some things to say from my perspective as someone who worked for six years as a civil defense lawyer in a large firm, and for slightly longer as a plaintiffs' lawyer who now has his own practice with his wife.