After college, Rick Lax moved back into his parents? house. The closest thing he had to a job was eating his parents? food, sitting on his parents? couch, and watching The Price is Right. An amateur magician, he spent the rest of his time practicing card tricks and rope tricks. And though he could tie four different slipknots, the necktie posed some difficulties.
Rick?s father, a successful Michigan attorney, told Rick it was time to move out and enter the real world. Rick certainly wasn?t going to get a job, so he went to law school instead.
This is the story of Rick?s journey from childhood to lawyerhood.
In Lawyer Boy, Rick uses the skills he developed as a magician to succeed in class, and learns how to become a lawyer without becoming his father. His journey through law school was exhausting, exciting, and infuriating, and, the way he tells it, so funny it?s criminal.
About the Author:
Rick Lax attended the DePaul University College of Law and works as a freelance writer. He has written for The Michigan Daily, The American Enterprise, and Sojourners. An amateur magician, he lives in Chicago, Illinois, where he continues to practice prestidigitation.
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