Getting to be a lawyer was once a way to fulfill the American Dream of becoming a prosperous, respected professional. Today, with 116,00 law students and close to 600,000 lawyers, dissatisfaction with and among lawyers is rampant.
In this whimsically serious book, dropped-out lawyers Ralph Warner and Toni Ihara (with drawings by Mari Stein) examine the distressing realities that lie in wait for would-be lawyers. If you, or anyone you know, is considering going to law school, read this book before it’s too late.
Below is a sampling of illustrations from book. Click to enlarge.