The Rooster Bar - Chapters 1 - 4 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 1, to avoid any more unpleasantness with his single mother and brother, Louie, who was at home on house arrest as a result of drug charges, Mark Frazier left for D.C. early. He was in his last semester of law school. He hoped his aging Ford Bronco would make the trip one more time. On the drive back, he thought about his mounting student debt. He had entered law school with the idea that he would graduate with job offers for six-figure jobs. He had been attracted to Foggy Botton Law School where he was admitted even though he made only a 146 on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). With federal loans, Mark had $266,000 in debt. Even though he had a job offer, he had not learned how much he would be making. To make things worse, Mark did not trust...

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