Twenty Five Reasons Not to Go to Law School
Despite the sexist partners, the useless investigators, and the troublesome clients, "Attorney at Law" was the one title Cassandra Foreman vied her whole life to get. Maybe that's why she takes on a hopeless case: a seventeen year old girl charged with the murder of her unfaithful boyfriend. Cassandra knows she's biting off more than she can chew, but that seems to be the story of her life. So even when she develops irrevocably strong feelings for her client, which is wrong in far too many ways, she resolves that quitting would be the one thing worse than never having gone to law school at all.