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The Devil Went to Law School

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David Marshall is a law student with no morals, self-control or sense of ethics ... he is a perfect candidate to become a lawyer. In this hilarious book, law students, law professors, lawyers and even judges are exposed for everyone to see. Think you can trust your lawyer? How about the judge? Think again. They went to law school and learned how to lie, cheat and steal. Law school is the training ground for the worst society has to offer, and David Marshall drinks, fornicates and lies his way through school all ...
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David Marshall is a law student with no morals, self-control or sense of ethics ... he is a perfect candidate to become a lawyer. In this hilarious book, law students, law professors, lawyers and even judges are exposed for everyone to see. Think you can trust your lawyer? How about the judge? Think again. They went to law school and learned how to lie, cheat and steal. Law school is the training ground for the worst society has to offer, and David Marshall drinks, fornicates and lies his way through school all the way to his ultimate goal: A law license. A legal license to lie, cheat and steal.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780557586103
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publication date: 8/15/2010
  • Pages: 302
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.68 (d)

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  • Posted November 11, 2010

    Liked it very much

    As a lawyer myself, I hated the fact that I liked this book very much. It is very funny and none-too flattering to lawyers and judges... but, I see truth every day in the outrageous things you "out" in this book. You captured the absurdity of law school. Kudos!

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  • Posted September 6, 2010

    Too Funny!!!!!

    I laughed out loud at several scenes in this book. The law-school antics are hilarious, and the stories about lawyers and judges made me shake my head in disgust. I can see the connection between law school and corrupt lawyers. The characters you created are very detailed, and I wish I had a professor like Mona Crosetti!! BTW, the ending made me howl. I want to party with you on the road, dude.

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