If you haven't already seen it, the video below is a must-watch for those seeking humor in the worst stereotypes about the law profession.
The video features two animated figures with robotic voices, one a jaded lawyer and the other an aspiring law student who professes her love for the Constitution and her desire to help people.
"It must be such a thrill to argue a constitutional issue," the girl says.
"Listen, there are like three lawyers in America who argue constitutional issues," the lawyer responds. "They all went to Harvard and graduated in the 1970s. Did you go to Harvard?"
"I love the privileges and immunities clause," she responds.
Lawyer: "Do you have a time machine that you can use to go back to the 1970s and graduate with those guys?"
Girl: "The Constitution is so amazing."
Lawyer: "You are going to make me take all my Ambien at the same time and then chase it with a glass of scotch."
Girl: "I really want to work on the important issues of the day."
Lawyer: "Do you consider a breach of contract case between two giant software companies an important issue of the day?"
Watch the video below. If the clip leaves you searching for more positive inspiration, Justice Sonia Sotomayor recommends Twelve Angry Men.