Author: Richard Harrison and Jennifer Carsen
Henry Hartwell, Boyd Culver, Charles Evans and Dan Proctor were classmates at Midwestern Law School. Though they came from very different backgrounds, they became very close friends and formed the School's most successful study group as 1L's. They have remained friends since graduation yet each going their separate way and experiencing their own triumphs and hurdles. Henry is an Associate Dean at Midwestern, Boyd a successful partner in a Chicago law firm, Charles a philanthropist and Dan a judge in Atlanta, Georgia. They are reunited for a weekend class reunion on Midwestern's campus where they once learned the law and to think like lawyers. The weekend becomes another learning experience as each learns more about themselves and their own personal struggles with life, career and relationships. The late night study group sessions in law school and the long hours at the office during their career have not lead to the "success" they had been seeking. Is it too late to change?