nobody has written a book that boring
A few people have, and I've read some of them.
Double Billing is the one that comes to mind. There's another one I read, but I gave the book away and I can't remember the title.
They weren't very good books, but they did certainly make clear that corporate law was full of drudgery and female dog-dom.
oh true--I read Double Billing. And I've always thought corporate work sounds like a bore, but I can imagine someone could drown out any misgivings by saying "that person just couldn't hack it." Sometimes you need to touch the stove before you actually believe it is hot.
Oh yeah that's true. Even after those books, there's still a chance of me working at a corporate firm. But my interest is in litigation, and so much of the dissatisfaction among corporate associates seems to be skewed toward the transactional side. Not to say litigation associates don't have their fair share of female dog-work, but they seem to be more content with their work, even when they're doing something unglamorous.