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Olson, Elizabeth. "Law Graduate Gets Her Day in Court, Suing Law School." New York Times , 6 Mar. 2016 [California] . Accessed 23 Oct. 2017. Questions 1. The point of view indicated in the phrase “But on Monday … she will tell a story that has become all too familiar among law students…” (lines 4-5) is that of a) first person b) indifference c) remorse d) seriousness e) hope 2. The atmosphere established by the first line of paragraph 3 (line 8) is mainly one of a) mystery b) positivity c) happiness d) confusion e) misfortune 3. A major purpose of the statement “Her law degree was not a ticket to a stable, well-paying career, but an expensive detour…” (lines 29-30) is to make clear that Ms. Alaburda a) will immediately acquire a new job once the trial is over b) continues to experience financial problems despite having earned an acclaimed degree c) only lost a small amount of money d) made a mistake in choosing to become a lawyer
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  • Spring '16
  • World History, legal education, Postgraduate education, Madrasah, Ms. Alaburda, Thomas Jefferson School of Law

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