6 reasons why you shouldn't date a lawyer

Arguing with a lawyer is impossible.

You’ll always be second best

You can’t have a long conversation with a lawyer

You need to have high IQ or study law part-time if you want to date a lawyer. He or she can’t have a conversation with mentioning ‘big’ legal terms or acronyms. It gets worse when you hang out with his or her friends.

Arguing with a lawyer is impossible

Quarrels and arguments between a couple are inevitable in every relationship. These brawls are meant to strengthen the relationship but fighting with a lawyer is so frustrating.

They will literally bring the courtroom to your bedroom. One moment you’re having a private dispute in your living room and the next thing you know your partner’s cross-examining witness testimony from your next-door neighbor.

You’re screwed: they will have more evidence against you in their back pocket than you could ever dream of having against them.

They’re probably cleverer than you

Law is a fiercely competitive industry to get into, so you can bet your partner is going to be an academic whizz. When it comes to watching the evening news together, prepare to be made to feel stupid at every stage.

You will be alone a lot

The job is very demanding and they are always at the beck and call of their clients. Dating a lawyer sometimes feels like dating a ‘ghost’ because they work a lot.  You can to be dependent and do things on your own because and ever forget about sharing intimate moments together. They always wake up early and work late hours.

Legal field is filled with parties

If you want to date a lawyer, be prepared to change your wardrobe often because lawyers attend a lot of events and most of these are high class.

Prepare to meet people from politicians, celebrities, and many more public personalities at these parties. Despite what most people think, lawyer gatherings are never boring, so you will have a lot of fun!


Unblock notifications in browser settings.

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: eyewitness@pulse.com.gh