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Scott Turows One L is a powerful portrayal of one mans first year at Harvard Law School In One L the character is presented with a legal education much different than that he had expected to receive His own principles morals and beliefs were challenged Yet despite the fact that much of his first year was turbulent and challenging Turow makes it through the hardest year of law school and learns a lot about himself in the process Turows portrayal of law school in One L has many aspects that seem to still be pertinent today and several that have seemed to change with time I actually do not know anyone that has attended Harvard Law School but I have discussed law school with several other students in Ivy League institutions According to my friend who survived her first year at the University of Pennsylvanias law school the first year is not quite as intense as Turow describes it to be She noted having one professor whom was almost as frustrating as Perini Yet all in all I have been told that most law school professors are more accessible than those described in One L But I have been told many times by those in law school that it is more frustrating and challenging than anything you have experienced before I have been told that law schools have changed dramatically since the 1960s and 1970s According to those I have spoken with the competition between the students is still the same Everyone is striving to do their own personal best as well as stand out within the class Yet I have also been told that professors are warmer there is more readily available help and the singling out and repeated drilling of students is only practiced by a select few of elderly professors Rumor has it that Harvard is still a tougher and more traditional study of the law Turows portrayal of law school
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