Law school can be seen as one of the most difficult academic rigors that anyone could go through. It is essential for every law student to find someone who can mentor them through these tough times. If the student chooses a Professor, or perhaps a past Law School graduates doesn’t matter. In The Paper Chase by John Osborn has ironically underscore the point that the Professor is the All-powerful character that these students really need to be shaping their lives after him. It is good that the genius of Kingsfield Hart shines through because his mind was sharp after a year of rigorous studies under his favorite Professor.
The academic rigour that Hart displays Excel was the only thing that stood out for any player. This problem and the lesson of producing good grades at school of law was closely linked with the excellence of derivation of Professor Kingsfield from his students. Excellence for Hart includes apparently working every waking hour on his academic activities and stay up at night 1:30 that covers its materials for the next day. After a slow start in his class of contracts with Kingsfield because he was taken aback by a question, Hart made personal initiative to get more prepared for someone to answer any questions that may be asked.
He stored the case after case so it could be one of the only students in the class who could speak with confidence on any topic, after another student slipped under interrogation by the professor. In each class the student interaction may differ between pulling nails and having trouble getting the student to stop talking. Generally students have called on in order to give them the courage to speak, but there are always some eliti students who openly can dictate the knowledge to the class that integrates the lesson of Professor.