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The Anonymous Lawyer (Book)

The Anonymous Lawyer is a book written by Jerry Blachman some years back and I've just picked the book randomly out of a book sale. It's a very refreshing piece of work because it's written mainly in the form of blog posts and emails. The beginning of the book, I found them amusing because the Anon Lawyer was hiding his identity and making up names for the people he encounters in his work place....most of the time exagerating the shit out of things! :-) The writer inserts reality via email exchanges with his niece and readers of his blog. Towards the middle, he softened up a little bit on the criticisms and story-making and you start to feel a little better about reading the accounts of a lawyer who taunts people about their looks, their abilities and their judgment. I actually smiled when he found some time to play with his son. And then he crumbles. Well, he got too excited about making it to the post of CHAIRMAN and it brought him down. I wished that he slept with his Bombshell partner-in-crime and I wished that things panned out for him. That's the sucker for happy endings in me for you....I have the audacity to feel sorry for the Anon Lawyer despite his indescribably dishonest ways and outwardly ludicrous personality. Well, in the end, he's just a lunatic who deserves to lose everything he's ever worked for. But it doesn't stop me from wondering where he went from there, you know. Anyway, the Anon Lawyer book may have ended but his blog lives on. For your information, the Anon Lawyer continues to be maintained today.
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