The law, as manipulated by clever and highly respected rascals, still remains the best avenue for a career of honourable and leisurely plunder.
Most people ask questions because they want to know the answer; lawyers are trained never to ask questions unless they already know the answer.
A lawyer’s duty is to read the law well himself, then tell the people what it is, and let them act upon it.
Lawyers belong to the people by birth and interest, and to the aristocracy by habit and taste; they may be looked upon as the connecting link of the two great classes of society.
Lawyers are men who hire out their words and anger.
How can you tell when a lawyer is lying? His lips move.
Lawyer – One skilled in the circumvention of the law.
A Lawyer starts to lie when he starts talking.
Lawyers are like professional wrestlers. They pretend to get mad and fight, but then they socialise after a trial is over.
Lawyers are like scissors; they never cut each other, but what is between them.
If you want to kill an idea without being identified as the assassin, suggest that the legal department take a look at it.
Lawyers are: One who defends you at the risk of your pocketbook, reputation and life.
Miracles of Heaven: to believe lawyers.
How lawyers make work for one another! You’re all priests, worshipping the same god. No wonder you adore one another.
Lawyers were notorious for finding cases in the most unlikely places, especially ones with huge potential damagers awards.
As a lawyer who has dealt in defamation, I know that someone’s reputation has to be lowered in the eyes of right-thinking people to sue.
A good lawyer is a bad Christian.
A lean compromise is better than a fat lawsuit.
Every unfortunate event does not give rise to lawsuit.
A lawyer’s relationship to justice and wisdom is on a par with a piano tuner’s relationship to a concert. He neither composes the music, nor interprets it-he merely keeps the machinery running.