The Slacker's Guide to Law School: Success Without Stress.
By Juan Doria
This book may very well be the most honest and realistic portrait of life in law school today. It walks the reader through the law school experience--from the LSAT LSAT
Law School Admissions Test
LSAT (US) n abbr (= Law School Admissions Test) → Zulassungsprüfung für juristische Hochschulen to the bar exam--demonstrating that life as a law student does not have to be as stressful as it is often made out to be. The end result is an enjoyable and useful book for prospective law students.
No other guide presents the subject of law school with such candor, staunchly refusing to sugarcoat sug·ar·coat
tr.v. sug·ar·coat·ed, sug·ar·coat·ing, sug·ar·coats
1. To cause to seem more appealing or pleasant: a sentimental treatment that sugercoats a harsh reality.
2. , exaggerate, or make false promises. It is the perfect book for those struggling with the decision of whether to apply to law school, or for those unsure of what to expect when they get there. The prose is fluid and readable and offers many humorous scenes. Attorneys looking to relive the formative years of law school and laugh would benefit from reading it for pleasure.
The Slacker's Guide to Law School: Success Without Stress (224-pp.) is published by The Fine Print Press and is available online and in select bookstores for $16.95.
Juan Asconape is a Florida Bar The Florida Bar is the mandatory state bar association for the state of Florida. It is the third largest such bar association in the United States. Its duties include the regulation and discipline of attorneys. member and associate with Schwed, Cartwright, and Knight.