Lawyer Boy: A Case Study on Growing Up

[Rick Lax] ✓ Lawyer Boy: A Case Study on Growing Up ☆ Download Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Lawyer Boy: A Case Study on Growing Up Rick certainly wasn’t going to get a job, so he went to law school instead.This is the story of Rick’s journey from childhood to lawyerhood.In Lawyer Boy, Rick uses the skills he developed as a magician to succeed in class, and learns how to become a lawyer without becoming his father. After college, Rick Lax moved back into his parents’ house. An amateur magician, he spent the rest of his time practicing card tricks and rope tricks. And though he could tie four differen

Lawyer Boy: A Case Study on Growing Up

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Rating : 4.61 (766 Votes)
Asin : 031237335X
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 288 Pages
Publish Date : 2016-06-09
Language : English

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Rick certainly wasn’t going to get a job, so he went to law school instead.This is the story of Rick’s journey from childhood to lawyerhood.In Lawyer Boy, Rick uses the skills he developed as a magician to succeed in class, and learns how to become a lawyer without becoming his father. After college, Rick Lax moved back into his parents’ house. An amateur magician, he spent the rest of his time practicing card tricks and rope tricks. And though he could tie four different slipknots, the necktie posed some difficulties.Rick’s father, a successful Michigan attorney, told Rick it was time to move out and enter the real world. The closest thing he had to a job was eating his parents’ food, sitting on his parents’ couch, and watching The Price is Right. His journey through law school was exhausting, exciting, and infuriating, and, the way he tel

The workload is still brutal—as a professor tells him, For the next year, the American legal system will be your girlfriend. After being accepted into the DePaul School of Law in Chicago, where passenger trains screamed past the classroom every ten minutes, he finds that the world of torts and criminal law is both like and unlike everything he had imagined. They need the tuition dollars to stay competitive. (July)Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. From Publishers Weekly First-time author Lax delivers an entertaining and sometimes zany look at the first year of law school. All rights reserved. Although he dreams of being a professional magician, Lax realizes after college that being a lawyer—like his father and most of his relatives (he provides a family tree showing the

loved lawyer boy I bought this book because my son is a L1 and I thought it would bring me a little closer to understanding what his law school experience is like. It is humorous and easy to read. Some of the scenarios my son speaks of I have read about in the book!. Funny, light hearted, and excellent When facing the prospect of life, aspiring semi-successful cowbell player and magician Rick Lax decides to go to law school and follow in his fathers footsteps (sort of). But this is more than a coming of age story. This is a glimpse into the mind of the future of law (or humor. Or literature. "The first year" according to Mary G. Longorio. Law Boy is a much friendlier book than One L. Weaned in the 70's on the Paper Chase movie and television series, I was prepared for another intense, alpha dog memoir of survival of the fittest/most devious law students. Instead, Rick Lax takes us with him as he tackles his first year at DePau

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