Lawyers tend to do well on reality TV shows. Siblings Victor and Tammy Jih, both California lawyers, just won a million dollars on The Amazing Race. Back in 2006, another Asian attorney, Yul Kwon, snagged a seven-figure prize on Survivor: Cook Islands. (By the way, May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. Yay Asians! Two of […]
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Crimson Blood or Murder at the Law School is a mystery set at Harvard. Law professor Alex Hershkowitz gets hit. In front of witnesses. First-year law student Julie Amoroso, a former New York cop with enough troubles already, pursues the hitman – or is it a hitwoman? And the chase is on.
Several loyal ATL readers (and Bachelorette watchers?) tipped us off to a lawyer being among the 25 bachelors competing on the ABC reality TV show this season. The eligible bachelor is 30-year-old Texan Jeremy Anderson. ABC cites his profession as “real estate attorney.” He’s a December 2007 grad of SMU Dedman School of Law. Speaking […]