Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Not good

I generally avoid blogging about work. However, I would feel somewhat phony if I didn't mention this story:

A woman armed with a fake law school transcript conned her way into a job at Minnesota's largest law firm, working for six months as an associate attorney before she was discovered, a spokesman for the firm said Tuesday.

The woman's ruse fell apart as her colleagues at Dorsey & Whitney began to question the quality of her work, said Tom Tinkham, a partner at the firm.


She obviously knew that she could not get away with it for long, so what was the end-game? Infamay and long-term unemployability?