I recently went to court to observe some foreclosure proceedings. At the end, the judge stood up to leave the courtroom. She started chatting with another attorney from a foreclosure mill law firm. The judge was bragging about her vacation plan. She even went as far as inviting the foreclosure mill attorney and his family to join her in her vacation escapade. Don’t you think this attorney will be treated differently the next time he appears before the judge? This kind of judge-attorney social networking exists everywhere in the legal profession; however that does not mean it is ethical. I just happened to be there at the right time and the right place to catch it. This is another bias, a pro se has to content with in the world of foreclosure litigation.