"For those trying
choose between law school andmedical school, this humorous and sardonic insider's viewof
life of a law student and lawyer, along with SamuelShem's House of
[about medical training],
providea fairly accurate view of what
Margaret Brandwein, Assistant Professor
Hospital, New York,
"This book presents one view of lawyers and
law. Idisagree with much of
view. Nevertheless, it
anamusing book, and I encourage fellow and future lawyers
school sometimes seems
the ancientpast; this brought
of it back vividly. The book hasa wealth of research and humor -
times, I laughed outloud -and it conveys many realities
people should(but often don't) grasp before entering law school."
a partner at the 75-attorney law firm
O'Neil, New York City
[Woodcock has] written a page-turner, and I have readnearly every word of it."
Professor (name withheld by request)
"It helps ...
Woodcock has resorted
the device-unusual, for this kind of book -of using footnotes andoffering numerous supporting quotes from legal experts.[It
clear that, whatever the author's experience mayhave been, he
the points he makes
must reading for anyone thinking about goingto law school, as
as for those who are attending orhave attended
accurate, dismaying picture •..
should be read bylaw professors, lawyers, and judges.
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