Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Document Review To $12 An Hour

Job Description Classification:
Contract Legal Professionals
Compensation: $12.00 to $18.00 per hour

Entry level licensed attorneys needed for document review projects. Prior document review experience is now required. Great training opportunity! Please send your resume to [Click Here to Email Your Resumé].

Located in major markets throughout North America, Robert Half Legal is the premier provider of legal professionals on a full-time, project and temporary basis to law firms and corporate legal departments. We offer our candidates challenging assignments, competitive compensation and benefits, and skills-enhancement training. Robert Half Legal is better at finding you challenging new career opportunities because we come from the legal industry ourselves, with a majority of our staffing executives holding JDs or other legal credentials. Additionally, FORTUNE® magazine again ranked us #1 in our industry on the list of "World's Most Admired Companies" (FORTUNE, March 22, 2010). Call your local Robert Half Legal office at 1.800.870.8367 to discover more about this position.

110 comments:

Anonymous said...

I made that amount in high school....sheesh!!

Anonymous said...

Seriously, Robert Half (and its client) needs half its ass* beat, the other half kicked. Who can afford to pay rent, utilities, and law loans on this sorry salary? When you add food, clothing and transportation, its nearly impossible. And forget about dating. Can you say default? But I know my law school will say I am employed if I took such a job. i would be better off working at Walmart or Kmart. This is it-I'm out-I'm not even trying to work in the legal industry at all anymore. This sucks ass*.

Anonymous said...

They don't call those cheap bastards "Robert Half the Pay" for no reason, you know.

Robert Halfling said...

But it's a great training opportunity!!

Anonymous said...

I know shitlaw receptionists that make more than $12 an hour. No JD or over a $100K in nondischargeable student loans needed either to make paltry wages. Fuck, I pay my landscapper $15 per hour to mow my lawn. Robert Half is just plain shameful in my opinion.

Anonymous said...

Anyone who accepts a job with that rate is a fucking idiot. The market isn't great, but it's nowhere near as bad as THAT.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Someone will take this. Just wait until unemployment expires and people are eating out of garbage cans. All the English review work is India. Remember, free trade is good.

Anonymous said...

Robert Half should change its name to Robert Quarter. What an insult.

Anonymous said...

Now that we have TV shows making outsourcing funny we are truly doomed.

Anonymous said...

$12/hour?!?! skip lawschool & become a paralegal, I make close to 100/k, w/ plent of OT, you are all suckers!!!

Anonymous said...

The worst part is the "required document review experience." I mean seriously, the market is that bad that people that have been doing this for awhile would even consider this?

You can kind of sort of get by on $15/hr depending on the location. This better not be for NYC though.

Anonymous said...

This is the type of job posting local TTT law schools should be jumping on to urge their grads who were defecated, I mean graduated, this past May to consider. We are still within 9 months of Graduation Day 2010 and the 90% plus employment rates need to be sustained. If you borrowed $150K to go to law school and earn $12/hr, your grand kids could finish paying off your student loans.

Anonymous said...

Doc Review: five years ago $65 hr +ot + car fare + meals

Add India

Doc Review: 2010 $12 hr flat, experience required. Comparable $15hr to mow lawns + benefits +OT, $12 inexperience drywall hanger.

Anonymous said...

An "auto detailer," which is someone that washes, waxes and shines rims on cars makes $18/hr at the local luxury car dealership. For the most part, these are kids that are 18-early 20s making close to $40K (not including tips which can add another $10K) a year just to detail cars. No bachelors, no law degree required. I find it fucking ironic whenever I see a young lawyer who is struggling to make the lease payments on his 3 series BMW while making $35K a year for a shitlaw attorney getting his car detailed by someone that makes more than him. The experience is almost like seeing a big NYC sewer rat munch on a cat's corpse.

Anonymous said...

A regular temp agency will get you gigs for $12/hr or more. And these are office type jobs where you'll be treated at least a little better.

It might even be less of a dead end job too.

Mohammed Shapiro said...

I would rather die on a suicide bombing mission to Bob Half's office than take $15 an hour.

Nando said...

The Robert Half Temp Hag Agency pays very well, doesn't it? And the legal job market in this country will turn the corner at any time now, right?!?!

How the hell can anyone decide that law school is a good idea, at this time?

Anonymous said...

got low 30's per hour on my doc review gig. soon to make the rent for 6 months or a year. very helpful. robert half can suck my nutz.

Anonymous said...

Wage limbo! How low can it go?

Allah Yahweh Rabinowitz said...

Allah or Yahweh? You must decide who's side you're on! Either way, I'll be offended and will turn Bob Half office into smouldering rubble. Hamas and the Mossad both pay me $13.50 an hour to blow myself up. And I now have to blow myself up more and for longer hours to make ends meet because of Bob Half.

Anonymous said...

I think I'll have to suck dick for a living with these kinds of rates.

Anonymous said...

In the mid eighties, during the height of the crack epidemic in New York, I was solicited by an emaciated crack whore on 9th Ave. She wanted to blow me for three dollars. I thought "wow ... imagine sinking that low in life. How does that happen? What a tragedy. I mean ... three fucking dollars!!!???"

In 2010, 25 years later, attorneys are accepting as little as $12/hr for reviewing documents for multi-billion dollar multinational corporations at the the world's most "prestigious" law firms.

OK, say the 3 dollar blowjob lasts 10 minutes. Six blowjobs in an hour is 18 dollars per hour ... and it"s tax free. And better still .... no staff attorneys, no paralegals, partners, or support staff treating you with less respect than a that crack whore I met. What's a better deal? Hey ... and you get to make your own hours blowing people on the street ...

Anonymous said...

DEFLATE THE RATE!

Anonymous said...

I thnk the Recruiters/Headhunters are just trolling the bottom. I have three ideas why they do it: Does anyone know the real reason??

1)Sometimes they just put out fake ads to generate resume traffic.

2)There might be a project brewing and they want to know if they can bid that low.

3)They want to know how is on the market and who is looking to change.

Anonymous said...

You can collect soda cans for more money by the Meadowlands than work on this project. Chump change for chumps is how I would describe these bargain basement rates.

Anonymous said...

3:22pm

It is not #1. The agency will pick a high rate like $40 an hour to get as many resumes as possible. I would go with #3.

Anonymous said...

I'd rather shovel shit than give these cocksuckers the opportunity to profit off of me. I wonder what the firms will be billing the client for my $12.00 discovery time. Receptionists make more and are offered benefits. They can go fuck their mothers.

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Robert Half-Elf said...

Let's play Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. Robert Half-Elf, 20th Level Ranger at your service.

Anonymous said...

Lexolution's client seeks admitted attorneys or unadmitted JDs for an upcoming document review project. Candidates must be fluent in either Thai or Malay. For immediate consideration, please send your resume. Top hourly rate!

DICKHEAD OSMAN said...

Me Chinese
Me make joke
Me make peepee in your Coke.

Anonymous said...

Aside from being underwater on my mortgage, dealing with property taxes, and few new clients who can actually pay, my shingle has been an utter flop. I can barely stay in my shithole condo for another year unless a miracle occurs. I should just turn into a butt whore to make ends meet.

Anonymous said...

Moratorium on foreclosures has side benefit cuz those thousands of attorneys who robosigned foreclosure docs will be disbarred when the AGs display the fraud in all its glory. Whaddya call thousands of attorneys being disbarred across the country? Nothing...since so many newbie lawyers are graduating from shit schools.

Anonymous said...

Pn the bright side, is is about 70% above minimum wage. so there's that.

Anonymous said...

Where's Better Coder for comic relief? I need to hear tales about his sticking his tongue into the buttholes of asian chicks.

Anonymous said...

Robert No Pay (they've gone beyond half now) has to the worst agency I've worked with.

I can only imagine how much worst the infamous Bloomberg project of last year would have been if were paid $12/hr.

Coco said...

If this job is a "training opportunity", why are they requiring prior experience?

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

WTF!

We are currently staffing top notch attorneys for a long-term project starting immediately in the Long Island area. Ideal candidates will have impeccable credentials with a background in finance and or AML-Compliance. Hours will be 6:00 P.M. until 12:00 A.M. (You will be paid for an 8-hour shift). Compensation is $32.00 per hour and OT is possible. All approved candidates will undergo an extensive pre-employment screening process which will include Patriot Act or similar (including the following) OFAC/US Department of Treasury U.S. Department of the Treasury's master list of Specially Designated Global Terrorists (SDN list) and entities with Blocked Persons, Palestinian Legislative Council List (PLC) Watch Lists, 5 Panel Drug Test (DOT Standard), state & federal criminal histories, credit check and credentials verifications. Qualified candidates should apply promptly and directly to info@franklylegal.com.

Frankly We Don't Give a Damn Legal said...

Also, project applicants should be prepared to be water boarded, electro-shocked, and undergo a full body cavity search which includes a series of vaginal/anal probes.

Anonymous said...

Frankly legal is a real gutter outfit.

Anonymous said...

Bitter coder choked on his own vomit after working for 14 hours on the $12 hr gig. He ran for the border, but choked on his chalupa as he tried to chew it down before heading back to "code".

He was found out in back of the Times Square Taco Bell with the chalupa sticking out of his mouth. (Un)fortunately, they were unable to revive him.

Anonymous said...

That Franky Legal gig sounds so suspicious. I mean the hours are solid, you get 8 hours worth of pay for only 6, and can work a day job (barely) so it's actually not that bad. But then all that other stuff....

Anonymous said...

Where do they think up these company names?

Frankly Legal? "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn if it's legal. As long as I'm exploiting young law graduates, I'm frankly thrilled."

Robert Half? "Half a loaf is better than no loaf. But you won't even be able to afford half a loaf on our wages, so just stay in bed and loaf."

Excelerate? "We are proud to be excelerating hourly rates in a downward direction. Pretty soon you'll be paying us to work on our projects."

Lexolution? "Lex sounds Latin, and Latin makes you sound sophisticated, so we'll use Latin, even though the Romans threw our people out of our homeland 2,000 years ago."

Hudson? "Big river, big agency. We would've used McDonald's, but there would have been trademark problems, even though we're in different industries. Besides, all the big, fat black ladies who work for us love themselves some Big Macs and 20 piece Chicken McNuggets."

HireCounsel? "How clever can we be?! Hire. Counsel. Get it? You're hiring counsel! What cunning linguists we are!"

Update? "Here's an update: YOU'RE BLACKLISTED! (I didn't need an update - there are only 10 people left who aren't blacklisted by you, Update.)"

Special Counsel? "We specialize in placing special needs lawyers, like Corky Thatcher, Esq. That's why you never hear of any projects that we're staffing."

Clutch? "Grind 'em til you find 'em. Then outsource their jobs to India."

Tower? "Maybe this will make me look tall and distinguished, even though I'm short, fat, and ugly."

Who have I missed?

Anonymous said...

You neglected to mention shawn treadwell's latetst crap, Peak Counsel, Litlogistix, De Novo and Strategic Legal Resources.

Anonymous said...

Are you here all week, or did your project end?

Anonymous said...

3:01 - you are an idiot.

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/16/business/16legal.html?_r=1

It's only a couple of big-time lawyers who fucked up on foreclosures and I only dream they get disbarred, skullfucked and thrown to real sharks before long. Won't happen, though since they got paper. Lotsa paper.

Anonymous said...

I have been saying for years that rates would go this low and eventually to zero. Soon it will be an internship and proposed as a way to "get your foot in the door" and to "get experience at a big firm".
Work on a project - half the people would work whatever they paid. Whatever the firms or agencies do they take it and quiver in fear. oooooo,oooo, don't rock the boat!
Some of the least paid people on projects are the biggest nerds and wear suit and tie to the "job." The old timers complain about taxi service and bennies.
Robert Half is on the cutting edge of the lowest rate.... someone should sue those sleazebags.
P.S. Robert Half International is publicly traded with market cap of $4 billion.
"I am prestige. I work for Paul Weiss. I am an attorney with an Amlaw 100 law firm. All my neighbors admire me and see me come home in a chauffer car."
getting a J.D. was a good move.
it sets me apart from the rest.

Sean Treadwell said...

12:30, you hate me only because I'm a successful black man.

Shawn Treadwell said...

^^IMPOSTER!

My name is SHAWN Treadwell, not SEAN!

Do I look Irish to you? If I do, I probably remind you of the only other black Irishman in history, Phil Lynott of Thin Lizzy,

Anonymous said...

I've changed professions from lawyer superstar to street ass whore and now I can pay my mortgage. My bum is sore, tho. I gotta learn to deep throat. I always chasing paper...

Anonymous said...

Old timers are the funniest. "Back in my day, I could work two jobs," they say, slinging back a shot of rotgut liquor.

"I useta make 200 grand!! Those were the days when I could cheat the firms and do a half-assed job. Hey, don't look at me like that. I just took advantage of the working conditions then."

Anonymous said...

No, actually the newbies are the funniest. They think they're lawyers ... hahahahahahahahahah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

gotta love the newbies, all saddled up, $200k in debt and "thinking like a lawyer", lol.

No old timer has much of any debt at all. Of course the newbies think that they are special, but quickly come to understand they are just common trash.

All the years of self esteem training end up being entirely worthless.

Anonymous said...

Did you ever meet anyone on a project who said going to law school was the wrong decision. NEVER. That's because the reason they went wasn't because of money to impress other people and image. LA Law, That's me!
I am working at Skadden for $12. I would do it for free. I wear a suit to "the office." I am a member of Skadden Arps, a top AMLAW firm. That makes me better than others.

Anonymous said...

People laugh about hooking for a living. But when I worked for a solo practitioner he had his hands and other body parts all over us, and ordered us to get him some "fixin's" and a beer. The secretary was pregnant apparently with his love child. He had his paws over the community chest of every divorcee client. He said it was part of the pay package to get "sugar booty".
Having this greasy bear on top of me after hours for what he called "play time" after a "hard day at the office" was, I now realize, better than temping.
I don't say I am so great looking now but I wasn't bad back in the day, plenty of guys were interested.
Working for a solo practioner in Brooklyn was the same as hooking but you know what? It's better than being pushed around and constantly threatened by the agency bitches, plus I got paid more.

Anonymous said...

Oh yes, I know that type of oldie. They have a b.s. office address in Beverly Hills whereas in reality, they are working at home. Lease a "luxury" car to show how successful they are and brag about their "properties" that are empty or have deadbeat tenants inside. Back in the real world, they are six months' expenses away from opening their anus to all cummers to sustain their imaginary lifestyle.

Anonymous said...

Open Letter to Interim Dean Brown
SUBMITTED BY BCLAWSTUDENT OCT 15, 2010 19 COMMENTS

George D. Brown
Interim Dean
Boston College Law School
885 Centre Street
Newton Centre, MA 02459

Dear Dean Brown,

I hope this letter finds you well. I want to start by thanking you for serving as the interim Dean. I know that it is always difficult to step into a situation at the last minute, but we are all thankful for your leadership.

Unfortunately, the occasion for me writing to you is not a happy one. As a 3L, my peers and I find ourselves in the midst of one of the worst job markets in the history of our profession. A few of us have been able to find employment, but the overwhelming majority of us are desperately looking, and unable to find anything. We are discouraged, scared, and in many cases, feeling rather hopeless about our chances of ever getting to practice law.

To compound our difficulties, many of us are in an enormous amount of debt from our legal studies. Soon after our graduation, we will be asked to make very large monthly payments towards this debt, regardless of whether we’ve been able to find employment or not. It is a debt which, despite being the size of a mortgage, gives us no tangible asset which we could try to sell or turn in to the bank. We are not even able to seek the protection of bankruptcy from this debt.

I write to you from a more desperate place than most: my wife is pregnant with our first child. She is due in April. With fatherhood impending, I go to bed every night terrified of the thought of trying to provide for my child AND paying off my J.D, and resentful at the thought that I was convinced to go to law school by empty promises of a fulfilling and remunerative career. And although my situation puts the enormity of the problem into sharp focus, there are a lot of us facing similar financial disasters. In all of this, we have had very little help from career services, who all seem to be as confounded as we are by this job market. Kate Devlin Joyce has been an amazing and helpful ally; everyone else in that office has shrugged their shoulders at us and asked if we have tried using Linkedin.

I’d like to propose a solution to this problem: I am willing to leave law school, without a degree, at the end of this semester. In return, I would like a full refund of the tuition I’ve paid over the last two and a half years.

This will benefit both of us: on the one hand, I will be free to return to the teaching career I left to come here. I’ll be able to provide for my family without the crushing weight of my law school loans. On the other hand, this will help BC Law go up in the rankings, since you will not have to report my unemployment at graduation to US News. This will present no loss to me, only gain: in today’s job market, a J.D. seems to be more of a liability than an asset. I will explain the gap in my resume by simply saying that I attended law school, but was unable to finish for financial reasons. In the short run, refunding my tuition might present a financial challenge to the law school, but in the long run, better US News rankings will help you far more than having yet another disgruntled and unemployed alumnus.

I would love to discuss this proposal with you further. I would also love to hear any other thoughts or solutions you may have. Thanks very much for your time, and I look forward to speaking with you.

Best regards,

[Name redacted]
Class of 2011

Anonymous said...

D'oh! I guess someone didn't make law review. Remember kids, only the top 5% have a shot at anything these days.

Why don't these clowns perform the cost benefit analysis BEFORE going to law school? Oh yeah, everyone keeps telling them how special they and how smart they are. They will surely make law review and get the pick of all the great jobs at OCI.

Once you have signed off on $200k in debt, it's yours.

Anonymous said...

Re. the letter to BC Law dean:

Why the B.S., saccharine first paragraph? Do you really think he's wringing his hands at how "difficult" it is to walk into a six-figure job that requires him to do absolutely nothing, except gladhand the wealthy alumni (the lucky ones) so contributions keep flowing?

And do YOU really care about how "difficult" his job is? Sounds like you just want a fair opportunity to pay your bills and feed your on-the-way kid, simple desires that BC can't (or won't) help you manifest.

So, given that your trade proposal will be rejected with a hearty laugh, why not just tell this jerkoff how you really feel about him and the rest of his lying, opportunistic "educator" ilk?

Anonymous said...

The world needs ditch-diggers, too.

Anonymous said...

Robert Half is now officially Robert Quarter...

Anonymous said...

To qualify for $18/hour, you must have at least a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry, be barred in at least 4 states and the District of Columbia, have six years' of document review experience, have graduated in the top 5% of your class at law school, and be fluent in at least two of the following: Greek, Finnish, or the Waziristani dialect of Pashtun.

Anonymous said...

LMAO 4:48 pm

Ivy Temp said...

The world is now just a trash bin -
gross, ugly, classless. As if being sandwiched between a Jewish shrew and a toxic saddlebag queen aka surly rhino [with a carpet atop her head passing for hair] isn't bad enough - now I have to read this??? I have been too sick to even write my blog...I hope I pass away in my sleep one day - the world is now too classless...

Anonymous said...

Another begging letter to BC law dean.... pitiful.
Beg like a dog!

Doc review temps are a pitiful cesspool of bankrupt J.D.'s.

I know so many lawyers who are trying to dress things up that they are doing so well but who are living out of a garbage can and food stamps. But god forbid that they don't get the sacred car service back to their 20 occupant studio apartment in Bed Stuy.

Anonymous said...

I got mine and now I'm out, biatch!!!!

Go back to fucking Haiti, and try your acting shtick there, ya delusional harridan!

Suck my little weenie!!

Better Coder said...

All,

Just thought I'd let everybody know that this ad was for first level ramp up for my project. Of course if your fifth level like me you make 50 time and half, get ass, and get to fire folks who can't code with the best. Also, wanted to give everybody an update on my year-to-date ASScome, that is 180k. Also please remember I have no student debt, a rock start health insurance plan, and live for free via my trusts and ass-getting NYC real estate.

Very Truly Yours,
Long Dong Coder.

Anonymous said...

Fall face first into a puddle of AIDS and die, you faggoty Elvis Costello look alike.

Anonymous said...

As always, Bitter Coder is posting from his mother's basement. He is a 36 year old unemployed JD who cannot even pass the bar.

He invented Bitter Coder as his fantasy superhero alter ego. He hasn't really worked in four years!

Anonymous said...

I graduated in the top half of my class at Touro, a highly rated law school. Despite the bright hope I have never landed the big firm partnership that others had blazed to before. I think the economy has changed and there just aren't opportunities anymore. So we wind up working in their basements until our ship comes in.
when is it going to be MY turn???

Anonymous said...

To 6:38am:

I happen to like Better Coder. Don't you have anything better to do than wake up so early to rip on the best blogger this site has? So what if he is full of shit. He cracks me up. Also, I like Elvis Costello. Screw you, 6:38am. Go get some sleep.

Anonymous said...

I saw Better Coder at a leather bar on Christopher Street. He was wearing women's clothes and was screaming like a girl as a Dutchman whipped his sore behind. Collin waited on the sidelines singing "One singular sensation...."

Anonymous said...

Better Coder is gayer than Paul Lynde, Charles Nelson Reilly, Liberace, and Elton John combined.

Anonymous said...

not so bad if you would LET ME REVIEW. do these firms know what is going on? arbitrary responsiveness criteria, brains on hold ... i suspect that the firms want it that way. Who wants a competent review when you can cover your ass by outsourcing to demoralized peons who are told to check their brains at the door?

Anonymous said...

"LET ME REVIEW" - what a joker.

I am a Juris Doctorate holder. This is better than an M.B.A. and a very prestige degree. I am the same as Learned Hand, another J.D. holder. He went to Touro I think.

What separates me from the ordinary man on the street is my "thinking like a lawyer". This takes a very unique mind. Can the ordinary person do this? ha ha - No! The pass rate of New York bar is 80% over and you can take as many times as you want so effective passing is 100%. Idiots from the third world who can barely speak English and speak ooga-booga can pass this test of life.

Let me review. It is a serious job for serious people. You can get fired for pushing the wrong button or missing priv. Priv. requires an even higher IQ like Einstein.

Let me get on with my job.

Anonymous said...

No, you are troll from India. Babu, please go fuck yourself, hard.

Anonymous said...

Stop b*tching. Get a job. Move out of New York and move to the United States. No jobs left in communist strongholds. You vote for communists, you suffer the consequences.

Anonymous said...

There are jobs a plenty in China.

Anonymous said...

Does Babu have any jobs for me in India?
The rates are now equalizing with the USA.
I just spoke to an agency in Denver... they said things are very rough there and temps get $20 if they are lucky, and cat fight for those gigs.

Anonymous said...

WHERE IS SONIA?????
WHERE IS SONIA?????
WHERE IS SONIA?????
WHERE IS SONIA?????
WHERE IS SONIA?????

Anonymous said...

Dear Tom,

New post please!!

Anonymous said...

$12 per hour is the rate they pay offshore Indian "attorneys".

Thank WTO and free trade! It has really panned out for the middle class.

Anonymous said...

Whores in Calcutta are making more than US shit-school attorneys.

Eat shit, you stateside bitches.

Anonymous said...

In India, this is a lot of $$$$.

Anonymous said...

ALL YOU FREAKS AND LOSERS FUCK OFF - WHERE IS SONIA????

SHE IS THE ONLY ONE WHO MAKES SENSE.

THE REST OF YOU CAN KISS MY ASS!!!

Anonymous said...

There are some important questions to be asked - what the hell happened to Big Debt Small Law and Sonia??

And is Big Mamma's ass the same size or spread even more?

Answers please...

Anonymous said...

Dear Tom,

NEW POST, PLEASE!!!

Anonymous said...

(let's whip it baby) Child (let's whip it right) Get a grip (let's whip it baby, work it all night) Well, what's your trip (oh no) Child C'mon let it whip

tricia said...

Volkswagon is opening a plant her in Chattanooga, TN. Starting salary for high school grads working on the assembly line . . . $14.00 dollars an hour with benefits.

Anonymous said...

http://www.slate.com/id/2272621

Since Tom's in a coma, here's a new post.

Richard Matasar said...

From the Slate article:

Students simply "cannot earn enough income after graduation to support the debt they incur," wrote Richard Matasar, the dean of New York Law School, in 2005. "Even those making the highest salaries find that the debt that they have accumulated while in school may tax them for years."

***This doesn't stop Tricky Dick Matasar from also serving as chairman of Access Group student loan company, which happily gives six-figure student loans to people who wouldn't have "access" to law school otherwise.

I must say, it takes skill to talk from both sides of your mouth....

Anonymous said...

There's only one way to deal with these buttholes - bombard them with fake resumes. If every unemployed lawyer sends 20 fake resumes per day, these guys will have to shut down. They simply won't be able to keep up.

Anonymous said...

And make the fakes good too - TTT14 school, plenty of doc review experience, etc.

Anonymous said...

Ivy temp, if you want to pass away in your sleep, tie a plastic bag around your head....Please... Jaysus, you are a raging bitch...

nora said...

This is a great post for anyone that needs help with finding legal advice. I found a malpractice attorney in the Los Angeles area that helped me get to the bottom of my civil suit.

Anonymous said...

@ 5:02 - scary stuff.

I visited a law school in my city and was amazed to see so many law students. The place was packed to the gills. I also went to a large LSAC forum and was really blown away by the number of law schools present. I suppose that anyone who really wants a JD and has passable grades and LSAT score can get one (?).


I decided to pursue Certified Public Accounting. I already
have a humanities MA and found that it is more of a liability without careful planning of how to explain why I
don't want to teach Esoteric Subject X. And as an adjunct
college instructor who wants to leave teaching - it is
enough of a challenge to try to reinvent myself.

Granted, accounting, like law (didn't know that until I read the posts) can be outsourced, but hopefully, I can find a good internship or job that will help me along.

Anonymous said...

SOCIALISM IS NEEDED

Anonymous said...

Anonymous posted "I'd rather shovel shit than give these cocksuckers the opportunity to profit off of me"
20 years ago I shoveled shit when I was in college - never needed a gym membership, was healthy and stress free (animals can only shit so much each day)...and went home with cash every week. I'm thinking of writing my book, "All I needed to know about corporate life I learned shoveling shit."

And about RH - I have been to Robert Half so many times and met their "half dimwit" recruiters (Sorry, but this has been 100% of my job search experience with them) and they can NEVER find me in their database - which has been in use for about 30 years. But if you find someone that knows how to use a database, they will find my resumes in there dating back to 1994!

Tony said...

Being a malpractice lawyer I found this article to be very informative. Help is out there and it’s easier to find if you know what you’re looking for.

Anonymous said...

Oh come now, let's be honest. Most temp attorneys that I have had the displeasure of sitting in a room with search the web/facebook most of the day, eat, disappear for hours at a time on the clock, are inexperienced and often, quite frankly the bottom of the barrel in law school achievement, and moreover, have very little work ethic if any at all. There are also strange cabals of foreign lawyers, orthodox jews with strange schedules and in general weirdos on the job.

Anonymous said...

US law firms, outsourcing document review projects for as low as Rs.15/hour to India ... we are also in poor living condition.

Anonymous said...

Unbelievable. I temped for Robert Half for $12/hour FIFTEEN YEARS AGO as a law student in the word processing department!

Anonymous said...

Robert Half Legal sucks and they dont return phone calls. I wouldnt work for them if they begged me too. I'll hang my friggin shingle b4 I let them pimp me.

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