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Suited and booted lawyer with 150k followers sets pulses racing across the globe

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‘What type of lawyer are you so I can know what type of crime to commit’

A suave lawyer from across the pond has got hearts racing with his social media courtroom selfies.

Caesar told Legal Cheek he is an assistant state attorney in Broward County who graduated from NSU Shepard Broad College of Law in Florida last year. He has a whopping 100,000 followers on Instagram and 50,000 on Twitter, a total that’s been growing “for years”. A quick scan of some of his pics will show you why:

When Caesar’s not posing for the camera, he’s always on hand with some motivation. Spirit-lifting tweets from the twenty-something lawyer include: “starve your distractions and feed your focus”; “say less, work harder”; and (one for the aspiring corporate lawyers out there) “prioritize your passion, not your paycheck.”

Whatever he’s doing, it’s working. A tweet from one fan asking Caesar what type of lawyer he is went crazy viral:

Much to Caesar’s amusement…

Lmao im weak 😂😂😂😭😭😭

A post shared by Caesar (@iamcaez) on

Are you the City’s answer to Caesar? Drop us a line.


Previously:

9 young lawyers to follow on social media for a glimpse into the glamorous side of law [Legal Cheek]


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53 Comments

Anonymous

Katie, you must be on cloud 9 right now.

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Anonymous

Once she goes Caesar, you’ll never again see her.

Please stay with us KK Q T Pi.

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Anonymous

Pert. So pert.

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Anonymous

I am upset. I did not realise that she went [ ], maybe she will never go back. If she did, maybe she would be disappointed 🙁

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Anonymous

You gotta love these navy suits and brown shoes.

#recruiter #essex

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Anonymous

Hah, you sound like one of those typed old-fashioned lawyers with no style. Get with the times and get some style.

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Anonymous

It is a fair of you to say that I am more conservative leaning. Unfortunately, for some of these more fashionable wanna-be lawyers out there, including yourself I understand, I also sit on my firm’s recruitment panel.

See you around, and don’t forget your gold-platted tie pin to pin your skinny tie to that nice Gekko shirt you’ve got. My colleagues and I look forward to being impressed.

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Anonymous

I have no intentions of applying for a job as a lawyer, thank you though.

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Bystander

What are you doing here then? Sightseeing?

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Anonymous

I am in LawTech. People here probably hate me, but they pay for my dinner.

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Anonymous

LawTech? Oh I see – computers, technology and stuff right? I was meaning to talk to you – could you please come over and fix my laptop? I think it’s something to do with the docking station – the laptop really slows down when I connect it in the office.

Thanks.

Anonymous

What are you doing in the office at almost 20 past? You’re a sucker for working past 5pm lol

Anonymous

You’d make a good recruiter. You already seem to have the right fashion sense to fit in. I’ve heard it’s very fashionable.

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Anonymous

“Is your career going too well? Fancy becoming a laughing stock across the whole City? Drop us a line. (LC contact hyperlink)”

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Corbyn. Symphathiser

I am not the City’s answer to Caesar.

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Anonymous

You’re not the real Corbyn. Sympathiser.

You’re a cuck.

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Anonymous

Calm down, Katie.

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Anonymous

Looks like an even bigger tw*t than Tunde

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Anonymous

Don’t be a hater

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Tune

Nothing wrong with a double-breasted suit. I would have opted for a more garish colour though.

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anabelle

no he is actually good looking and has great lips. Tunde is ugly, delusional and short I have seen him in real life. Can’t compare Americans to Brits. He’s gorgeous.

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Anonymous

I bet he has a dig bick too.

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Also a wanker

What a wanker

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Anonymous

Can you really appear as a state attorney in court in the US wearing a garishly checked suit?

I like his style though.

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Anonymous

Materialistic nonsense. Culture of looking ‘dapper’ really is pathetic – is this bloke a lawyer? Or has he wandered in from a day at the races with the Essex boys?

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Manners Maketh Man

I do find his style to be a little more GQ than courtroom. That checked affair is too over the top, and the tan shoes need to go. Not a fan of his jewelry either..

But I see nothing wrong with trying to maintain high sartorial standards, as long as it’s done well. I like that he’s rocking a DB, although would be better if it was perhaps not so dark – not sure if it’s black or dark blue.

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Bantasaurus Rex

What do you call a chav in a suit? DEFENDANT

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Anonymous

I wonder if KK’s views would be different if the lawyer in question was a stunning, well shaped (but not large) Colombian with a low cut top with a bit of a “I got up to mischief last night” look on her face.

Do people think that it is appropriate or inappropriate for lawyers to have sex tapes that are in the public domain?

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#katiekingfan

Heya
i am a wannabe aspiring Instagram law a-level who gets my inspiration from Suits and loves KK articles. One day I want to bag a training contract with a magic circle outfit and eventually become a judge like judge rinder.
In reality when I find out I have to do an exam on equity and trusts at uni I’ll change my mind and do something else.
Love,
KK’s target audience x

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Anonymous

KK definitely has something in common with her target audience – they’ll never know what it is actually like to work in a law firm

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Anonymous

such a dick. clearly you’re the one with the chip on your shoulder

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Anonymous

What a knobend. Those suits are awful. The light checked one looks like something Conor McGregor would wear. And as for the brown shoes…!

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Jones Day Trainee

You’ve got to grow up.
I wear brown shoes to work and the Partners love it. They observe and compliment me. Frequently wolf whistle, essentially showing a lot of appreciation for my fashion.

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Jones Day Partner

Same time again today, in the 3rd floor toilets, to “inspect your party 36”?? Oh, and peruse your brown shoes…

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Anonymous

“I am so impressed with your instagram posts about wearing a suit and going to court” said nobody who ever worked in law, ever. Quality journalism from Legal Cheek again.

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Anonymous

I’m starting law school in a few weeks and someone said I should look at Legal Cheek – I must be on the wrong website – is this written by/for 12 year olds?

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Anonymous

yes

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Anonymous

You boring, boring human

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Anonymous

It so is.. *sigh*

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Zina

lol wow I made the “what type of lawyer are you so i can know what type of crime to commit” comment i didnt know it would get this big

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Anonymous

ZIna, you have now arrived! Welcome to LC royalty.

Take your seat next to Lord Harley, Not Amused, Let’s Go Champ and Corbyn. Sympathiser.

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Anonymous

If you’re for real Zina…hi.

And if you’re in touch with Caesar please tell him he’s a very stylish man – but he shouldn’t wear brown shoes in town and his check suit is too frantic for a man of the law.

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Anonymous

SUITED AND BOOTED? As opposed to this lawyers who go to work in Tesco uniforms? Full ballerina skirts? Boiler suits?

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Anonymous

Some lawyers go to work in casual clothes. Times are changing with suits only for Court and client meetings.

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Anonymous

This guy is a fucking dork. It goes to show how completely lame lawyers/law students are that he passes as cool to them

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Anonymous

stunning profile pic

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