What are the rates for suicide among lawyers in Biglaw as opposed to other forms of practice? Or within his specific firm? Or other professions, for that matter? What else was going on in this guy's life that could have contributed? It seems like a bit of a stretch to say, "Don't work in Biglaw, because this could be you!"
This guy was not in biglaw. He worked for a firm that pays somewhere around $35000/yr for first years.Registration Number: 4157673MOSHE M. KANOVSKYLAWRENCE, KRAUSE & ASSOCIATES, P.C.67 WALL ST STE 1701NEW YORK, NY 10005-3124United States(212) 269-7000Year Admitted in NY: 2003Appellate Division Department of Admission: 2Law School: CARDOZO LAW SCHOOLRegistration Status: Due to reregister within 30 days of birthdayNext Registration: Apr 2007Attorney: Krause & Associates, 67 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005. Plaintiff personal injury firm, $35,000. Cover letter, resume and writing sample by email to Avril Winchester at firstname.lastname@example.org And Lawrence Krause at email@example.com. Telephone 212 269-7000.
well it looks like this post backfired.