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Letters from Law School: The Life of a Second-Year Law Student
There is a saying about law school that they scare you to death the first year, work you to death the second, and bore you to death the third. Law students today have a pretty good idea what to expect from the initial plunge into the law. Scott Turow's One L, describing his first year at Harvard, has become almost mandatory reading for anyone contemplating law school. And ...more
Paperback, 268 pages
Published July 1st 2000 by Writers Club Press
(first published June 27th 2000)
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This actually covers fall semester of his second year. It mostly focuses on his job search, but does cover classes a little bit. For amusement he publishes various ones of his rejection letters as he progresses throught the semester. Finally he gets an offer from the firm of his choice (and the only one of some 50 or 100 that he applied to). This involved a flight back to his hometown of Cleveland Ohio from Tulane, a two-day interview in which he met many people in the firm, and 16 individual th ...more