Thanks to a comment left on my post about Chitty, I can now add (and recommend) another legal blog to you all. The Thousand Patterns, as penned by Beefeater, a corporate associate in a City law firm (he isn’t saying which one). Quite amusing stuff, such as the perception of Lawyers by Bankers and vise versa
Lawyers (n.): losers who couldn’t make it in banking because (i) they waste time theorising about irrelevant ‘legal issues’, (ii) don’t have prestigious economics degrees, (iii) can’t count past three without getting lost, and (ix) get paid less than bankers do.
Bankers (n.): arrogant twats who (i) waste time going in circles because they can’t understand simple legal issues even when explained to them in Peter-and-Jane language; (ii) don’t have prestigious law degrees; (iii) bullshit their way through meetings because they don’t know anything about the deals they’re on, and (iv) get paid more than lawyers do.