The title of the book is called Life is Lawful.
Here's the blurb:
When slacker Clancy Grisham is admitted to law school he's delighted. It means he has three more years to mooch off his parents while avoiding work and the real world. He soon realizes, however, that the law is not all it's cracked up to be. It turns out that all those lawyer jokes are not only true, they also cast lawyers in a good light. It also turns out that the law school brochure was not exactly honest about the job prospects after graduation.
Stuck working for a worn out shadow of a man with early onset Alzheimer's for less than minimum wage, Clancy wonders whether there's more to life. Oh my God! How will he survive? Or will he? Will he kill himself? You'll wish he does!
Life is Lawful is a novel and a memoir. It is a law school admissions and survival guide, and a cautionary tale. It is a story of love and loss, rejection and acceptance, sin and redemption, of family and--Oh, who are we kidding? It's a story about what !@#$% lawyers (properly pronounced “liars”) are.