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Here's Hoping My Boss Comes to Work as a Geisha

By Laura Strachan, Esq. on October 28, 2011 6:58 AM

What does your boss wear to work, chinos? A skirt or maybe a shirt with a collar? Pretty standard stuff.

Ah, but on Halloween all bets are off.

It's the one day of the year your boss could roll in dressed as a gypsy or Marilyn Monroe.

I mean, who doesn't love seeing an employee dressed up as an Angry Bird while attending a serious meeting?!? This girl certainly does.

I know what you're thinking: Show me some of FindLaw Sunnyvale's best Halloween costumes already. OK then, here ya go.

Here are some of our more memorable FindLaw costumes from years past. Take Lead Software Engineer Miles Bradley. Mad props for the gypsy props:

FindLaw's Halloween Contest Miles Bradley

Or how about the way Technology Manager Jeff Rogers takes on a Left Bank artist. Look at all that artistic integrity. Wouldn't you want him to paint you?

FindLaw's Halloween Contest Jeff Rogers

Although each FindLaw office has been running their own variation of a Halloween costume contest for years, 2011 marks the first year that every FindLaw office will be participating in the yearly FindLaw Halloween costume contest together.

That's right, FindLaw employees from Sunnyvale, Eagan, Seattle, Delaware and Bangalore will all be competing against each other for some pretty cool prizes.

Halloween at FindLaw is always a day that Sunnyvale employees look forward to. This year should be no different.

OK Insider fans, be sure to check back here to see some of the contest winners. Hopefully at least one of the big wigs opts for the geisha.

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