Question of the Week

Share Your Haiku About Life as a Lawyer or Law Student


Last week, we noted that the city of San Francisco banned Happy Meals at the same time McDonald’s brought back the McRib for a limited time. The latter occasion was marked by readers of the Los Angeles Times Money & Company blog by posting in the comments of one post haiku that expressed both their affection for McRib sandwiches and their awareness that they really shouldn’t eat them. One example:

Sweet death rides pale bread
Shall we go to pork heaven?
Then lead on, McRib

This week, we’d like to ask you for haiku related to your life as a lawyer or law student. This is more than we usually ask of you, but we think you’re up to the task. Remember, it’s five syllables, seven syllables, five syllables.

Answer in the comments.

Read the answers to last week’s question: Were You a Jock Star or a Cool Kid? Has It Helped You Get Ahead?

Featured answer:

Posted by KayG: “Personally, I’ve long thought the most fearsome litigators tend to have been the twerpy little kids who always got bullied and picked on in high school and basically went to law school so they could become bullies themselves.”

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