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I've heard so much about it since I applied to law school— it will at least be
interesting to see what it's like. The general run of student reaction is most
succinctly expressed in a comment I heard from David this summer, the day he
showed me ...
No pass. No unprepared. Note to sec'ty 2 hrs. b-4 class, FOB 281." Holy Christ, I
thought. As expected, Perini told us to read nothing aside from class assignments
for the first few months— not even "a certain hornbook" we might have heard of.
As a stereotype, it possessed less than complete accuracy, but the line and the
many repetitions of it I heard were revealing of a deep suspicion of the few
persons among us who were not especially outgoing. They were the unknown,
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ONE L: The Turbulent True Story Of A First Year At Harvard Law SchoolUser Review - Kirkus
Like the hero of the book-then-film, The Paper Chase, Turow got all frazzled—smoking, drinking, making and breaking psychiatric appointments—by his first year at Harvard Law School (1975-76), the ... Read full review
Gift book for a friendUser Review - maggie999 - Overstock.com
This was a gift for a friend who was recently accepted into law school. I cant comment on the book itself but I can say that with Overstock it came in great condition quickly and cheaper than Amazon! Cant really beat that. Read full review