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Anonymous Lawyer: A Novel

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Recovering law student Jeremy Blachman started writing Anonymous Lawyer Blog while he was a student at Harvard Law School. Amid speculation of who of the BigLaw partners had the time to put their malign misanthropy in digital form, Blachman was revealed as the author of the blog in NY Times article. A book deal was quick to follow (and now a tv series?!?!?!) and Anonymous Lawyer: A Novel is the result.

For a preview, Lat’s Observer review is the best of the bunch: Way Better Than Briefs: Legal Minds Turn to Blogs

I’m also planning on writing a book based on my blog. It’s tentatively titled “Please give me a job. No really. I’ll do anything.”

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  1. I bought the book a while back. It’s sitting on top of my pile of 30 odd books that I plan to read in the short break we have till summer session starts. So far I’m on page 1 of 2 of Dating for Law Students: A brief brief. I see the light at the end of the tunnel dimming…..

  2. [...] other hand revealing a previously anonymous identity can be tantalizing and even lucrative (see the anonymous lawyer’s book deal). Having it done for you, on the other hand, is painful and sometimes expensive (see the cautionary [...]

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