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October 06, 2006

Sensitive Litigation Moment No. 13: "Weenie" Litigators?

Not surprisingly, Googling "weenie" with "lawyers" yields quite a few results. But the concept of "weenie" trial lawyers (of several nationalities) comes up more than expected. So, in the next few weeks, WAC? will investigate why and how litigators are often seen as "weenies", and build a catalogue of "weenie-litigator" anecdotes, letters, pleadings and transcripts.

And then we'll share them with you. WAC? is also thinking about a book, cheerfully edited by Holden Oliver, our new hire.

Unsolicited submissions are welcome. However, only the funniest and/or most pathetic weenie-litigator material will be considered, vetted and published (but so as not to any embarrass or injure any weenie-litigator persons or their families--mainly, usually). Send to jglass@hullmcguire.com. For ideas, see posts in Generation Weenie, Humorix and BrothersJudd.

Posted by JD Hull at October 6, 2006 03:13 PM


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