I’m an attorney.
I’m in the bar.
I have been for 30 years.
And, of course, I’m the biggest supporter of the legal profession.
But, of all things, I hate lawyers.
I know it sounds crazy, but I’m not a fan of lawyers.
The lawyers are a bunch of arrogant jerks who think they’re smarter than the rest of us.
But I’m here to tell you, they aren’t.
I can’t stand them, either.
But what is it about lawyers that I hate?
Here are some of the reasons.
They’re all entitled to their opinions and they are always wrong.
In the UK, the barristers are all entitled and they all have their opinions.
In America, lawyers are all self-serving and greedy.
In Australia, they are all greedy and arrogant.
And that’s not even mentioning the arrogance and self-righteousness of lawyers themselves.
It’s not like the barrooms have a reputation for being friendly, friendly people.
The barrooms are known for being a place where people of all backgrounds and opinions are expected to be treated with respect and dignity.
And it is this that I’ve come to love about the legal system.
The system is designed to make us feel we are equal before the law, even if we are not.
The law is supposed to protect us and the system is supposed and should protect us.
When a lawyer comes in to represent us, they want us to believe that they are the best lawyers available.
The only way that this is true is if the lawyer is representing the client and he is acting in good faith.
But it’s not true.
Lawyers have a tendency to get their own way and often get away with it.
This is particularly true when it comes to the bar and the court.
The Barristers have the power to dismiss cases and to give orders, so that the lawyers can have the final say on whether the case goes ahead.
This power is supposed, at least in theory, to be used to make the courts look better and more fair.
But sometimes, this power is abused.
There have been instances where lawyers have acted in bad faith and have even made unlawful decisions.
The result has been a lack of fairness and impartiality in courtrooms and in the legal process.
The consequences have been a loss of dignity for all parties involved.
The most common example of this was in the case of the death of Anthony Byrne.
In 2011, the former High Court judge was found dead in his Melbourne flat after falling from his balcony in a drunken rage.
The coroner said that he had suffered “severe, cumulative and long-term injuries to his upper body and extremities, and to his lower back”.
The High Court ruled that the death was an “unprovoked and deliberate” attack on the judge and that it was an act of “gross, repeated, and deliberate aggression”.
In response, lawyers filed a complaint against the High Court and the former judge.
The case proceeded to the Supreme Court, which held that the court should order the death penalty be imposed.
It is not clear whether the death sentence was ultimately carried out, but it was a shocking verdict for the judges and for the community.
The legal system in Australia is supposed be the ultimate arbiter of law, not lawyers.
But in many ways, the law is no different.
Lawyers make it easier for them to get away.
They get away by being the ones to tell the truth.
When you’re in a bar, the only thing you want to hear is what the lawyers want you to hear.
And so when you hear the bar are going to have a case, they’re the ones who decide the case and, therefore, the outcome of the case.
When it comes down to it, you shouldn’t trust the lawyers either.
Lawyers often behave like this.
The fact that a lawyer is doing their best to get you to sign away your right to a fair trial is not a reason to give up.
The same is true of any judge, whether he’s a lawyer or not.
I’ve often heard lawyers say that judges should be allowed to write their own rules.
That’s an incredibly dangerous idea.
You have a judge, a judge who’s been in the job for a very long time, who knows what the law says.
And when he writes the rules, he has no idea what those rules are and therefore has no obligation to follow them.
That means he can write rules that are clearly not the law of the land.
In fact, judges are often given powers that are not the laws of the place they’re sitting in.
It can lead to an unfair system.
Lawyers are no different to other self-interested actors in the law.
The courts are an institution that is designed by its very existence to give power to those who would use that power for their own benefit and gain.
Lawyers need to be held to a higher standard.
Lawyers who abuse their power, abuse the legal