Being a lawyer is stressful and dating one can be twice as stressful – there is a tendency to have major bouts of stress-testing as a result of pressure and the endless routine of time-recorded deadlines. So be aware that when they break out they can be nasty.
Another lawyer dating ‘downside’.
Key Lawyer Dating Tip: Stress-test before continuing
So there they are. Our key ‘dating lawyer’ tips. Go for the lawyers if you must – but take care out there. They can be difficult critters at the best of times.
Let us know your experiences – or your own tips.
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