Hysterically funny...a lawyer we work with just pointed us to this wonderful firm site. This "firm" spent a TON of time putting this together. It is in jest, but in many ways, it really is better than a lot of real firm websites.
I think this excerpt from their "Meaning of Life" page conveys more truth than comedy. The whole site does, really.
Our study has revealed, among other findings, that the meaning of life is hard work, performed without rest and without complaint, for purposes often vague and unclear, in concert with people you neither trust nor respect. And that those who seek meaning elsewhere are simply misguided, and in line for a life of failure and disappointment.
And an associate bio (Chicago location) reads:
Notable Experience: Ms. Grimes ("Grimey") provides support to partners who counsel chief executives and corporations on employment arrangements, incentive compensation agreements, and non-compete agreements, with a specialty in determining how corporations can avoid providing benefits to their employees. Thanks for Ms. Grimes' work, at least three dozen children have been orphaned, and seventeen others now live in the park. She is listed in The Best Lawyers in America.
Hobbies/Interests: Spider solitaire; freecell; minesweeper; Snood.
Family: Divorced twice. Non-custodial parent of two children. Elderly mother living in her basement.
Best Experience at the Firm: "I got a paper cut once. It was exciting to feel something."
Worst Experience at the Firm: "Getting suspended for a week without pay because I got a paper cut."
Advice to Law Students: "Don't get paper cuts."
This is the great work of Jeremy Blachman, author of Anonymous Lawyer. He says his site just went live on Tuesday! Check it out.