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Sentry
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Re: FCC Attorney

Postby Sentry » Wed Aug 17, 2011 2:27 am

Heartford wrote:
CanuckObserver wrote:
NYC Law wrote:


FTFY


But...do they work for the government?


Unicorn Lawyers don't work for unicorns. They're private lawyers who exclusively do unicorn work, but not for unicorns. Rather, they represent clients who have dealings or disputes with unicorns, and there is enough of this unicorn work around that Unicorn Lawyers don't do anything but unicorn work, which is why they prefer to pigeonhole themselves as Unicorn Lawyers, instead of a broader term like Magical Animal Attorneys. They think Unicorn Lawyers are really cool, and decided before they started at NYUnicorn Law School that they would focus exclusively upon becoming Unicorn Lawyers. Lawyers who work for unicorns call themselves, "Lawyers who work for Unicorns," and never "Unicorn Lawyers."

What about lawyers who are unicorns?

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Re: FCC Attorney

Postby CanuckObserver » Wed Aug 17, 2011 2:30 am

Heartford wrote:
CanuckObserver wrote:
NYC Law wrote:


FTFY


But...do they work for the government?


Unicorn Lawyers don't work for unicorns. They're private lawyers who exclusively do unicorn work, but not for unicorns. Rather, they represent clients who have dealings or disputes with unicorns, and there is enough of this unicorn work around that Unicorn Lawyers don't do anything but unicorn work, which is why they are called Unicorn Lawyers. Lawyers who work for unicorns call themselves, "Lawyers who work for Unicorns," and never "Unicorn Lawyers."


:lol: :lol: :lol:

It is about time I can combine my childhood interest in unicorns with a rewarding career. I am going to get some new business cards printed up!
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Re: FCC Attorney

Postby Heartford » Wed Aug 17, 2011 2:30 am

Sentry wrote:What about lawyers who are unicorns?


Dude. That's racist.

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NYC Law
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Re: FCC Attorney

Postby NYC Law » Wed Aug 17, 2011 2:34 am

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Re: FCC Attorney

Postby sky7 » Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:05 am

I have nothing else to contribute, except to say that I would totally represent a unicorn in any legal matter.




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