Last week, I offered Part I of a thinly fictionalized version of an actual lawyer's diary. It started with law school and ended with successful passage of the bar exam. Here's the second of three parts: January 1997: Managed to bluff my way into this job. True, everyone thinks I am still a paralegal, but now I get to leave my desk periodically which may almost be worth the money I spent on law school, not including all the packages of cookies I bought from the truck. I miss the lunch truck guy.
'Favorite Beatle' Query Not A Career Highlight
The Connecticut Law Tribune
October 5, 2009
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