“Professionalism and decorum,” plus foes’ “tattered bodies littered around the courtroom”

A lawyer recruitment ad from Birmingham, Alabama is raising some eyebrows [Keith Lee]. “Maintaining professionalism and decorum” is important, at least up to a point: “You should want to destroy your enemies and leave their tattered bodies littered around the courtroom.” The pay? It starts at $35,000 a year.

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  • Somehow, I doubt being “insanity aggressive” is a strategy which produces favorable results in negotiations. I suspect that it turns off jurors, too. Rambolaw may look good to an unsophisticated client, but, it’s the men and women who are prepared, professional, and seldom raise their voices, who tend to cut you off at the ankles.