In his fifth collection of law-firm humor, Kanter lets us see lawyers from the point of view of their clients and other outsiders. He shares with us the humorous perspectives of everyone from clients, jurors, and accountants, to the mother of a new associate trying to drum up business for her "little girl," a homeless person caught in a lawyer's well-meaning scheme to make him a charitable corporation, and the child of a two-lawyer couple who can't run a lemonade stand without everything becoming a major issue.
Catbird Press; May 1996
- ISBN 9781936053605
- Read online
- Title: Was That a Tax Lawyer Who Just Flew Over?
- Author: Arnold B. Kanter; Paul Hoffman
Imprint: Catbird Press
About The Author
Arnold B. Kanter is a leading American legal humorist and has written five collections of humor about life in a law firm. He is an attorney who consults to law firms about management and hiring problems. He lives in Chicago.