Beyond One L
Stories About Finding Meaning and Making a Difference in Law
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Beyond One L: Stories About Finding Meaning and Making a Difference in Law is inspired by Scott Turows One L, the classic account of a first year law students experience at Harvard Law School. With an introduction by Turow, Beyond One L explores first, second, and third year experiences in the decades since One L was published. It then moves beyond law school to tell the stories of taking the bar, searching for judicial clerkships, practicing law, and leaving law practice to become a teacher or judge. Story authors include lawyer Gerry Spence; Above the Law editor David Lat; professors Ian Ayres, Stephen Carter, Deborah Waire Post, and Adrienne Wing; and judges Marilyn Skoglund, Donn Kessler, and Michael Zimmerman. The stories are about the moments in life that were game-changersones that changed the course of the authors careers or brought them extraordinary meaning.
|Sold By||Carolina Academic Press|
|ISBNs||1531008356, 9781531008352, 1531008364, 9781531008369|
|Number of Pages||296|