Like most of you, I whiled away last Friday in New York City at the ultra-posh Yale Club, in attendance at an Above The Law-sponsored conference bearing the charming sobriquet: “Attorney@blog”.
If you failed to make an appearance, rest assured all was precisely as one would expect – celebrities galore, lavish swag, caviar in heaps, champagne flowing in torrents – all capped by innumerable late-night parties in painfully-hip underground destinations, guarded with zeal by the voluptuous ATL crew: Elie “The Beast” Mystal, Staci “Bootylicious” Zaretsky and the boss-man, David “Dr. Lovin'” Lat.
It was, in a word, legendary. I was in my element.
So. Here’s a music video of what we now laughing refer to as “the event,” although it was, in truth, more along the lines of a downtown “happening” à la Andy Warhol:
Thank you, wireLawyer, for recording history in the making. I’m pleased to report the camera caught my good side.
A special shout-out to my co-panelists, the simply-too-divine Vivia Chen and ever-hypnotic Jesse Kornberg.
See you next year.
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