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August 09, 2007

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Aaron

I was a little interested in the book, so I read the first chapter at the local Barnes and Noble. I couldn't continue. It seemed like another trite melodrama about law school from a Harvard/Yale/Stanford reject, I didn't care for the campy writing style, either.

God review though, good to see some people liked it.

Keith Brough

Why in god's name would anyone want to read about lawschool. D!mn, you guys outside of school are wierd. Although I'm still a 3L, I know I wouldn't find this crap amusing no matter how talented the writer. Now I'm nervous about what weird people lurk around the corners of my law school's hallways. Would THEY actually graduate, and later lick their lips to read such drivle?! Law Students and Lawyers are much squarer than I thought.

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