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Posted February 13, 2006
When I started this book, some of my first thoughts included, 'finally - someone who calls law school for what it is: a poorly-taught hazing period.' Unfortunately, this author went from devil's advocate (always good) to advocate (portraying one side in a more favorable light) to near-zealot. I find that unfortunate, given that the book should have been a believable vehicle for conveying what needs more press: that the practice of law needs to change. I also found it frustrating that the author promised not to merely criticize our legal institutions, but to propose change and yet I, a young lawyer myself, found no help, no suggestions and certainly no solace in the book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.