A lot of people ask me what being a civil litigator is like. Do we “put criminals away”? Do we “free wrongly accused innocents”?
Do we battle massive corporate wrongdoing in decisive courtroom confrontations, ala Erin Brockovich or A Civil Action?
Well I happened upon the perfect quote that encapsulates the majesty, the wonder, the excitement, and the just-plain sheer awe of being a corporate litigator:
“We went ahead and voluntarily produced documents that we thought were relevant,” he said. “We filed a motion to modify our production, and we produced [documents] within those parameters.”
“We produced documents within those parameters.”
You know, I get shivers up my spine every time I read that.
Thank you, Jeff Tew!