Legal firms are based around privacy, but both Suits and The Good Wife quite prominently feature offices with walls made of glass panels with substantial air gaps between them. In Suits it looks like it's about an inch. In TGW it's nearer a foot. Is there something I'm missing about the design or the acoustics, or are these walls pretty much useless?
I finally got around to watching The Good Wife, and really liked the soundtrack. In particular, I'm sort of in love with Mr Hurricane and Satan by Beast. What other music is like this? Please keep in mind that my children have conspired to stop me listening to anything new in many years, so I might need a little handholding to understand what I'm listening to here.
I am searching for novels that provide some of the same pleasures of CBS's acclaimed legal drama "The Good Wife," but in textual form! See inside for specifics about what makes this particular plate of procedural beans so special. [more inside]
I'm wondering how people get into the field of ethics? Are they lawyers? Are they chosen (in much the same way that judges are) for their moral standards and good reputations? [more inside]
Due to all the reviews, my wife and I gave Season 1 a shot and found it pretty boring... how long do you have to put up for it before it gets good?