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Matt Schuh

I've always found this practice of naming law firms after animals to be pretty funny. I didn't really notice until I went to college in Arizona though when firms like "The Eagle" (Goldberg and Osborne) and The Wolf (can't remember who this was) started showing up on TV.

Matt

This post is especially funny for me because the Capital District area in New York has an attorney who goes by the moniker, "The Man." Perhaps he knew that comparisons to animals were gauche.

OLS

Unfortunately, this phenomenon has also hit us in Australia. For a case in point - see this ad for a solicitor in Cairns - http://www.shine.com.au/Careers/CairnsSolicitors.pdf

- OLS

Michael Mason

alot of guys compare themselves to tools...like the "hammer"

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