Lawyers

  • I bring out the worst in my enemies and that's how I get them to defeat themselves.


    Enemies, Lawyers, Litigation

  • If you ever become comfortable with your role as criminal defence lawyer, it's time to quit. It should be a constant source of discomfort, because you're dealing with incredible moral ambiguity, and you've been cast into a role which is not enviable.


    Ambiguity, Immorality, Lawyers, Morals, Venality

  • The main business of a lawyer is to take the romance, the mystery, the irony, the ambiguity out of everything he touches.


    Lawyers

  • God works wonders now and then; Behold a lawyer, an honest man.


    Lawyers

  • The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.


    Lawyers

  • What chance has the ignorant, uncultivated liar against the educated expert? What chance have I against a lawyer?


    Lawyers

  • No brilliance is needed in the law. Nothing but common sense and clean fingernails.


    Lawyers

  • I don’t know that I want a lawyer to tell me what I cannot do. I hire him to tell me how to do what I want to do.


    Lawyers

  • If you want to get ahead in this world, get a lawyer not a book.


    Lawyers

  • Lawyers charge a fortune to handle a bond offering. You know what it takes to handle a bond offering? The mental capacities of a filing cabinet.


    Lawyers

  • I have knowingly defended a number of guilty men. But the guilty never escape unscathed. My fees are sufficient punishment for anyone.


    Lawyers

  • The reason why we frequently criticise those who act on our behalf is that most always they lose sight of their friend’s ( client’s) interest in the interest of the negotiation itself, which they make their own concern for the honour and glory of having succeeded in what they have undertaken.


    Lawyers

  • It is the trade of lawyers to question everything yield nothing and talk by the hour.


    Lawyers

  • Barristers can talk themselves into believing what they say as it is perfectly possible to act against their own opinion while still holding to it and successfully conduct a bad case without maintaining it is a good one.


    Lawyers

  • The main business of a lawyer is to take the romance, the mystery, the irony, the ambiguity out of everything he touches.


    Lawyers

  • There are three reasons why lawyers are replacing rats as laboratory research animals. One is that they are plentiful, another is that lab assistants don’t get so attached to them, and the third is that they will do things that you just can’t get rats to do.


    Lawyers

  • If law school is so hard to get through…how come there are so many lawyers?


    Lawyers