Which TV Lawyer are you? We all love to watch them - for fun, as a guilty pleasure, nostalgia from pre-law school days - which TV lawyer would you be? goldda published on February 07, 20147 responses 0 Questions in vertical order Do you consider yourself....? A fixer...I fix things. Creative. Someone who takes thinking out of the box to the next level. I'm sorry, what was the question, I wasn't paying attention. A leader. Worthy of praise. An excellent attorney. Legend..wait for it...dary! Compassionate. What is your favorite color? White Red Light Blue Purple Green Dark Blue What matches my tie and makes my hair and smile shine. Pin stripes. Something sexy. Something with finesse . Forest Green Who would you want as a mentor? Yoda James Bond Indiana Jones Judy Smith Captain Jack Sparrow Jonhnie Cochran Jackie Kennedy John F. Kennedy Gloria Allred John Grisham Mark Geragos (Michael Jackson's attorney) Mr. Miagi What phrase sticks out to you? Dark side of the moon. That's what she said. And that's how we'll go .... oooo I like those shoes! Ok all we need is a bunch of duck tape, some straws, pancakes, and matches. The closer. I'm a handsome devil. Our clients and our firm come first and second. Hakuna Matata You're GUILTY! LAWYERED! What type of outfit/clothing do you wear to work? Pants suit An expensive pants suit Whatever the ladies/guys wanna look at. Skirt Suit A trendy blazer All matching and somehow it's stainless. Something that screams - I'm about to win this case. Whatever I pick from my closet first - but it fits my personality. Something timeless. Something suave and classy. An outfit demonstrating I'm a winner. Anything with the perfect tie. (cause my friends helped me pick it out) Which type of law interests you the most? Politics Civil Rights Attorney Professional Responsibility & Ethics Public Interest Dollar Bills Whatever impresses who I'm trying to pick up. Prosecution Litigation Criminal Defense Civil Crimes Unique Litigation DUIs and Juvenile crimes For purposes of the quiz alone, What do you think about following the rules? I think of them more like guidelines. Does a rocket ship demonstration in court count as following the rules? I didn't see anything, please don't tell me anything else. Very important. Zealously important because of past lessons learned. Whatever it takes for the client. Whatever it takes to keep the partners happy. I always do the right thing. (At least I think I do) Selectively important. Rules, schmules... I never lose. They are meant to be toward justice for all. Vital.