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Lawyers and Other Reptiles - Jess Brallier

Lawyers and Other Reptiles

Jess Brallier
Open Road Media , English
24 ratings

A collection of criminally funny quotations, anecdotes, and jokes about the legal profession, ranging in hostility from gentle teasing to fierce loathing. People love to hate lawyers. You can’t live with them, but you also can’t live without them. So you may as well laugh at them, as we have for centuries. In Lawyers and Other Reptiles, Jess Brallier compiles some of history’s most humorous quips, quotations, anecdotes, and jokes about those in the legal profession. Enjoy the wit of such notables as Clarence Darrow, Jay Leno, Groucho Marx, Richard Nixon, Richard Pryor, Will Rogers, Theodore Roosevelt, Carl Sandburg, William Shakespeare, and Mark Twain. This book is certain to entertain any client, relative, or friend of a lawyer—and perhaps garner a nod of recognition from those employed in the illustrious legal community.

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