5 edition of How to survive in a law firm found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Nancy Pulsifer, Dana L. Graves & Jill S. Levin.|
|Contributions||Graves, Dana L., Levin, Jill S.|
|LC Classifications||KF320.L4 P85 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||92046045|
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Popular culture usually portrays the life of a junior associate in one of America's elite law firms collectively Biglaw either as a glamorous and lucrative (if morally dubious) adventure, or as a hellish immersion in mind-numbing servitude to psychotic senior partners, while the available advice books on being an associate usually give little insight into what Biglaw practice is really like /5(11).
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The book did a good job of describing what life is like as a first year in big law (terrible), and in general what big law is like. It was a bit dry though and would have been much better with more juicy anecdotes and stories.
Informative, rather helpful but bland. Maybe thats because big law is /5(11). I am writing about this here because little is known about life after law school, and because being psychologically prepared beforehand is really going to help you survive better and remain happier.
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