Excellent participation in the holiday version of #FiveforFriday!
The questions are HERE.
Spoiler alert – the answers are listed below this week’s honor roll.
6 for 6
- Andrew Delaney – Martin & Associates
- Sam Dworkin – Martin & Associates
- Lauri Fisher – Kenney & Fisher
- Robert Grundstein – Morrisville, VT
- Elizabeth Kruska – Marsicovetere Law
- Deb Laferriere, Program Administrator, PRB
- Jon Stebbins – Bauer, Gravel, Farnham
- Caryn Waxman – Barber & Waxman
- Peter Zuk – One Report Inc. & Vermont Defender General
5 for 6
- Aimee Griffin – Chittenden County State’s Attorney’s Office
- Brian Martin – Vermont Board of Bar Examiners
- Hal Miller – First American
- Brendan Scherer – 3rd year, Vermont Law School
4 for 6
- Pat Killigrew, Esq. – Vermont Board of Bar Examiners
- Joy Karnes Limoge, Esq. – Williston, VT
ANSWER 2: The “George” who sought advice is George Costanza. His father challenged him to a fight during FESTIVUS.
ANSWER 3: Lawyer’s client is THE GRINCH.
ANSWER 4: MIRACLE ON 34th STREET is the movie in which the trial full of questionable legal ethics abounded took place.
ANSWER 5: The company that charges higher rates on New Year’s Eve, and whose business model holds significant implications for the future of the practice of law is UBER. For a take on why lawyers ignore the uberization of legal services at their peril, read THIS.