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I just read a lawyer based mystery book. I recommended it to a lawyer friend of mine, but naturally, I forgot the title and the author. The series is about a lawyer I think in San Francisco. He is a criminal law attorney whose partner is his ex-wife. They have a little girl together. I think his name is Mike and her name in Nina. The firm had never hired an unmarried lawyer, and it frowned heavily on divorce, as well as womanizing and drinking. Drug testing was in the contract. He had a degree in accounting, passed the CPA exam the first time he took it and wanted to be a tax lawyer, which of course was a requirement with a tax firm/5(). That was a real quote used by a real lawyer at a real law firm. Yondi Morris-Andrews was sitting at a table, working on a document review in , when she heard the partner utter those : Adrienne Samuels Gibbs. So he chooses the first firm. Early Years in Career. Things go well for a few years. He seems to get along with all of the women partners. He seems to be catching on. More lawyers are hired at the firm – mostly more women. He is still very much a minority at the firm. In fact, he is the minority everywhere.