One L: The Turbulent True Story of a First Year at Harvard Law School - October and November: Disgrace Summary & Analysis

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October and November: Disgrace Summary and Analysis

By the middle of October Scott senses that law school seems to be entering a second phase, one with less competitiveness and more good will among classmates. The workload is not diminishing but Scott is unbowed and especially enjoys Zechman's class on Torts. Scott's other classes are not as enjoyable and Scott and his classmates continue to dread the possibility of exposure in Perini's class.

Scott's precarious mood is emphasized by the grey of the coming winter descending on Cambridge and Scott soon realizes that he is mentally and physically exhausted by the first six weeks of classes. Not surprisingly, Scott's classmates experience the same feelings yet everyone in Scott's section decide to stay with the program. Attendance at classes drops off and backbenching becomes more prevalent and students become more outspoken with their criticisms...

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