Me V. Everybody: Absurd Contracts for an Absurd World

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Workman Pub., 2003 - Humor - 112 pages
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A contract for a blind date. A restraining order against obnoxious family members on Thanksgiving. OSHA regulations administering the contents of the office fridge. A contract for "Boy" and "Girl" entering into a Long-Term Relationship, including a definition of the term "fat."

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Maybe if you're a lawyer and read this stuff all day, it's funny. But mostly it's just putting legal language around bad stand-up: guys don't want to get married but girls do; if you go out drinking ... Read full review

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Dahlia Lithwick graduated from Stanford Law School and clerked on the 9th Circuit in Reno, Nevada, where she mastered legal citation form and card counting. A senior editor at Slate, she won a 2001 Online Journalism Award for her "Supreme Court Dispatches" Brandt Goldstein went to Yale Law School -- Oooooh, Yale -- then clerked on the D.C. Circuit. He escaped his Wall Street law firm through a ventilation shaft and is now working on a nonfiction legal thriller

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