Suede's Reviews > One L: The Turbulent True Story of a First Year at Harvard Law School

One L by Scott Turow
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Sep 05, 07

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Read in August, 2007

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Please. This was tiresome. This guy seemed to think going to Harvard Law School was going to be like playing musical chairs, where everyone got a chair. I mean, not only is it law school, but it's Harvard. And he's shocked that everyone is overly competitive and a little bit whacked out because of it. Even though the class load was rough, he was still able to manage to get 6 hours of sleep most nights, and only pulled one all nighter (I know, Amy. I died a little inside when I read that too.)
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message 1: by Amy (new)

Amy Only one all-nighter, and he managed to become not only an undoubtedly well-paid lawyer, but also a bestselling author many times over. Where the hell did we go wrong, Liz?


Suede I believe the correct question is where did we NOT go wrong. Every decision I've made in the past 3 years was wrong.


message 3: by BT (new) - rated it 4 stars

BT Whatever. Lawyers are way underpaid.


message 4: by BT (new) - rated it 4 stars

BT Wait, WE GOT MARRIED IN THE LAST THREE YEARS (I think).


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