Category Archives: The Lighter Side


Humour- Law Degree

The old man was critically ill. He called his lawyer. “I want to become a lawyer,” he said. “How much for a quickie law degree?” “About Rs.1,50,000,” the lawyer said, “But why you need law degree?” “That’s my business. Get me the course.” Four days

Humour- Wealthy lawyer

One afternoon a wealthy lawyer was riding in the back of his limousine when he saw two men eating grass by the roadside. He ordered his driver to stop and he got out to investigate. “Why are you eating grass?” he asked them. “We don’t

Humour- Heaven

A thief, a teacher and a lawyer die and when they get to heaven they are stopped by an angel who says, “Sorry, heaven is getting crowded so you need to answer a question correctly before you can get in.” He looks at the teacher

Humour- Lawyer to Client

Lawyer to client  -We guarantee our clients in criminal cases that we’ll get them out of jail. It sometimes takes 30 years, but we guarantee to get them out!

Humour- Sandwiches

Two lawyers entered the diner and ordered a couple of drinks. They then took sandwiches from their briefcases and began to eat. Seeing this, the angry owner went over to them and said, “Excuse me, but you cannot eat your own sandwiches in here!” Shrugging

Humour- Doctor to Lawyer

Doctor to a lawyer: You only have six months to live. Lawyer: I can’t pay the bill. Doctor: Alright, I’ll give you another six months.


A man went to his lawyer and said, “I would like to make a will, but I don’t know exactly how to go about it.” “No problem”, said the lawyer, “leave it all to me.” The man looked somewhat upset and said, “Well, I knew


When a lawyer tells his clients he has a sliding fee schedule what he means is that after he bills you it’s financially hard to get back on your feet.

Humour- Worry

Client: I’ll give you Rs.5000 if you do the worrying for me. Lawyer: Fine. Now where is the Rs.5000? Client: That is your first worry.

Humour- Accident

A lawyer was walking down the street and saw an auto accident. He rushed over, started handing out business cards, and said, “I saw the whole thing. I’ll take either side.”