Pavan V. Parikh on Law School and The Real World Practice of Law
Pavan V. Parikh
Saint Louis University School of Law
“Not guilty.” Like arrows into St. Sebastian, these two words strike pain and fear into the heart of any prosecutor. At first you think of failure. Law school prepared you for that. Law school taught you that not everyone gets an A. Law school taught you that only because you can fail you can succeed. It teaches you to channel that pain and fear into the next semester, the next paper, the next exam. It makes you stronger.
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