The Firm - Chapters 9-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 9-12 Summary

Mitch impresses the firm's employees with his determination and follow-through. He manages to complete all of the work assigned to him by working extreme hours, and yet he never sacrifices quality. They do have some reservations. Although his work is excellent, they fear that he might not pass the bar exam because he is unable to study appropriately. Mitch also recognizes that this is a problem, and two weeks before the exam he finally asks for a break. He needs to study, and Avery agrees. Mitch only stops studying to attend the firm's ceremony to honor Hodge and Kozinski. The firm had commissioned portraits of each man. The firm had also established a scholarship in each man's name and established trust funds for their children. They assure the wives that their families will be well cared for despite their husbands' deaths. After taking the bar...

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