"As an antidote to increased competition and falling profit margins,
all lawyers would benefit from reading this book."
--Westchester Bar Journal
More committee meetings, memos, and miscellany from the amusingly inept firm of Fairweather, Winters & Sommers. But this time, Stanley Fairweather, the mythical firm's octogenarian founder, intersperses humorous reminiscences from decades of law practice, as well as a few concerns about where the profession is headed.
The chapters range from "The No-Longer Compliant Client" and "De-Honing Legal Minds" to "Bar Hopping" and "Advice to the Lawlorn." The lies to tell when associates leave, how to best exploit the cc, and an all-male committee trying to decide what to do about women lawyers . . . this book's got it all.
$12.95 paper, 200 pp., ISBN 0-945774-20-6.