For the second week in a row, we feature the cover of She-Hulk, this time issue #19, published not too long ago in 2007. On the cover, we see the supervillain known as The Leader, clad in a business suit and lodging an objection, properly no less! Behind him, we see two others, presumably lawyers, and we think the one on the right may be Jennifer Walters, the alter ego of She-Hulk. The Leader seems to be taking his objection very seriously. We would probably sustain it!
Big news this week at Gallivan, White, & Boyd, P.A.! Congratulations go to Cory Ezzell, who was elected partner of the firm last week. Also, partner and Abnormal Use editor Jim Dedman will be moving to GWB’s Charlotte, North Carolina office, which opened earlier this year. (Don’t worry; he’ll still be blogging).
Josh Camson at Lawyerist offers this post entitled “Three Lessons Lawyers Can Learn from The Muppets.” But what can Muppets learn from lawyers?
The South Carolina Supreme Court has ended associate membership in the South Carolina Bar.
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