Marcel Proust’s review of his two weeks as a law clerk in Paris: ”In my most desperate moments, I have never conceived of anything more horrible than a law office.” Alain de Botton, ”How Proust Can Change Your Life” (Vintage, 1998), p. 12.
Somehow this comforts my more skeptical side. Back to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
I can’t wait till the 16th when I can join society again.
From the archives, December 11, 2008