Actually, it usually is. Because usually I'm doing criminal law, which is fun and interesting and exciting. However, we occasionally take civil cases and while some of it is interesting, much of it is mind-numbingly awful. Today I am finalizing four Motions to Compel. Motions to Compel, for those who don't know, require a Separate Statement to accompany them, that lays out in nauseating detail all the obnoxious little nit-picky reasons you're filing this motion. My separate statements run to approximately 120 pages each. Edited: Whoops. I mean 160 pages. Much of this is taken up by the same statements repeated ad nauseum because, along with all the other stupid requirements of civil law, you have to lay out your argument for each individual request the other party did not respond to, and in this case, there were 22 of them. And, since we are short on administrative staff right now, I am painstakingly going through each of these behemoths, proofreading for punctuation errors, spacing errors, phrasing errors, etc. I'm still on the first one. On page 115.