Law in Contemporary Society
-- PietroSignoracci - 17 Jan 2008


Shortsighted as it may seem, what I wanted in coming to law school was simply a guarantee that I would spend the majority of my first three post-undergraduate years pursuing the fulfillment of a curiosity that—through reading, writing, and discussion—seeks to identify and understand philosophical and practical matters of great import. In applying to law school I was operating under a number of misimpressions, assuming (among other things) that the institution’s primary function would be to facilitate such a goal and that the greater part of my fellow classmates would be on a similar endeavor.


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