Abstract

This review considers a novel about life (and death) on the University of Chicago Law Review, where editors and associates seem to do little but have sex, connive to get ahead, have sex, kill (with Gunther's con law casebook, no less), and have sex. The reviewer, who didn't attend the U of C law school, believes it all.

Keywords

The Law Review, S. Scott Gaille, University of Chicago Law Review, Fiction

Publication Date

2006

Document Type

Article

Place of Original Publication

Roger Williams University Law Review

Publication Information

9 Roger Williams University Law Review 207 (2003)

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