With humor in the tradition of Robert Benchley and S. J. Perelman, this book reveals the absurdities of life in a law firm. Through memos, speeches, and committee meetings, the mythically inept firm of Fairweather, Winters & Sommers is described. In "Advanced Law Firm Mismanagement," the firm's founder, Stanley Fairweather, recalls the goodand not-so-goodold days and looks ahead with a bit of trepidation at where the profession is going. In "The Ins & Outs of Law Firm Mismanagement," lawyers are seen through the eyes of the firm's non-lawyerssecretaries, paralegals, the computer techwho know better than anyone else how ridiculous lawyers can be. In "Was That a Tax Lawyer Who Just Flew Over?" the lawyers are described from the perspectives of their clients and other outsiders.