I used this briefcase more in my pre-laptop days when I needed to carry more papers around, and it is quite good for that. It is made of a nice leather, is relatively flat, and has a shoulder strap which can be attached to loops on the top.
There is one easy access pocket on the outside, convenient for keeping the newspaper when taking public transportation. The flap to the main compartment has a combination lock, and two false buckles which are ornamental since there are more convenient easy-open magnetic closures on each of the straps.
There are three large zippered enclosures and three large free access pockets within the main compartment. There are several small pockets for business cards, and three loops which act as pen or pencil holders. The outside dimensions of the case are approximately 11 by 16 inches. When empty it is approximately one inch thick, when stuffed it expands (accordion style) to about five inches thick.
I am quite happy with my Romeo Renato Leather Briefcase.