Law School : A Survivor's Guide
A rollicking romp through the unhallowed halls of the law, Law School: A Survivor's Guide will amuse and delight anyone who has ever ventured into law school. With pitch-perfect humor, Gordon wittily satirizes the whole crazy experience: the Socratic method, an ancient martial art that teaches you to hate the sound of your own name; the grading system straight out of the ninth circle of Dante's Inferno; the law faculty (what kind of person would give up a jillion dollars a year in a big firm to drive a rusted-out Ford Pinto?); students, including the overconfident geeks, the backbenchers, and the terrified middle group; and final exams, which are not even remotely connected to what you learned in class.
- Paperback | 177 pages
- 134.62 x 198.12 x 12.7mm | 113.4g
- 01 Apr 1994
- HARPER PERENNIAL
- United States