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Why did Mike keep the briefcase?

Why did Mike keep the briefcase?

On Harvey’s instruction, Mike disposes of the rest of his pot, but decides to keep the briefcase, storing it in a pizza box in his oven, and flies to Harvard to learn about attending school there.

Is the show Suits realistic?

Originally Answered: How real is the TV-series “Suits”? It’s purely fictional. Real lawyers in a law firm have to sit 60+ hours in front of a computer every week.

Is Mike Ross a lawyer?

Michael James Ross (Patrick J. Adams) is a lawyer with a photographic memory who never attended law school.

Who is Elaine Zane?

Elaine Zane is Bonnie Zane’s mom. She is our casting director and a beloved member of the Suits family. Her mother passed away unexpectedly very recently. It was Gabriel Macht’s idea to put it up there.

What is Mike’s job in suits?

investment banker
Character Information Michael James “Mike” Ross is a former lawyer and junior partner at Specter Litt, a former legal consultant/supervisor at the Eastside Legal Clinic, with whom he had a legal partnership with, and a former investment banker at Sidwell Investment Group. He is married to Rachel Zane.

What suits talk about?

Suits is set at a fictional New York City law firm and follows talented college dropout Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), who starts working as a law associate for Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) despite never having attended Harvard Law School….Suits (American TV series)

Genre Legal drama
Created by Aaron Korsh

Is Mike Ross realistic?

Mike Ross, a fictional character who never attended a day of law school as far as we know, has an eidetic (often called photographic) memory of a very advanced type. This makes him very well equipped, for example, to learn contract law, which is mostly about a lot of rules and their application in specific contexts.

Is Pearson Specter Litt real?

The law firm ever The fictitious Pearson Hardman law firm is amazing at many levels. Processes, relations and organizations of law firms in real life are alike what is depicted in the TV show, even though it may seems crazy.