One L: The Turbulent True Story of a First Year at Harvard Law School - February and March: Getting By Summary & Analysis

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February and March: Getting By Summary and Analysis

As the second term begins Scott feels boredom instead of the apprehension of last term and vows to allow himself more personal time from now until the end of the school year. Scott does find one of the new courses, Law and Public Policy, interesting but does not enjoy the professor who employs some of Perini's fear tactics in the classroom.

Scott is further intrigued and challenged by the moot court competition named after a renowned Harvard Law professor, James Barr Ames. The competition is known on campus simply as "Ames." The moot court is essentially a lesson to help students understand what it is like to be a lawyer in a courtroom setting. Scott is partnered with Terry and they separately launch into their discovery and research. Scott is perplexed by Terry's...

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