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Oct 17th 2007

sample law job cover letter

Feel free to use this letter. I was considering it for a while, and have now decided against it.




This application packet, including resume and writing sample, has been sent to you for good luck. It has been around the world nine times. The luck has now been brought to you. You will receive good luck within four days of receiving this resume and writing sample, provided you interview the applicant. DO NOT SEND MONEY, FOR UNBELIEVABLE LAWYERING SKILLS HAVE NO PRICE.

Do not keep this packet. It must leave your hands within 96 hours after you interview the applicant. A recruiter at a large firm in Arizona received $70,000. A solo practitioner in Atlanta received $450,000 and lost it because he failed to send the packet via US mail, postage prepaid. While in Hawaii, a personal injury attorney lost his wife four days after he received this letter. He failed to interview the applicant. However, before his death, he received $775,000. Please interview the applicant and see what happens to you on the fourth day.

Please call the applicant to make the necessary arrangements for an interview. After a few days you will get a surprise. This is true even if you are not superstitious. Take note of the following: Robert Shapiro received the chain in 1991. He conducted a cordial telephone interview of the applicant. A few days later, he was retained by Orenthal James (“OJ”) Simpson for several million dollars. Gerald Curry, a southern California lawyer practicing in the areas of Estate Planning and Probate, received the packet in 2003. He forgot it and, a few days later, was shot five times outside the Van Nuys, California Superior Court. When his paralegal visited him in the hospital, he asked her to call the applicant and offer him a job. He promptly recovered. Johnnie Cochran received this packet in 2005 and, not believing it, threw it away. Nine days later he died.

For no reason whatsoever should this applicant not be contacted for an interview. Remember, SEND NO MONEY.


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