I don't know what it's like at NYLaw or Seton, but Rutgers is sending a big chunk of its top 20% to NY biglaw this summer. It'll also save you about $25,000 a year.
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I agree, Cesco. This has been great fun for me. I'm imagining some girl in Vegas, red in the face, stewing over my nerve, ignorance, immaturity, and impotence.
I typed in "law school depression" and google pulled up this page. It has been nice to read that others feel the same frustration that I feel. I thought that law school would draw a lot of creative kind of eccentric people (unlike what you would find in an engineering program or med school). So far I feel like I'm the only one that wasn't in a frat and watches channels other than ESPN in my free time. What the f*ck? I write music and really enjoy going to concerts when I have time. I can't find anybody in my section that even knows what "indie" music is. The last straw for me was when Rilo Kiley came to town, and everyone I asked about going said they had never heard of them (or Jenny Lewis). I know this sounds snobby, but I love and live for indie music and films. To be in an environment where I feel like the bearded lady in the freak show circus because I don't find Justin Timberlake to be talented at all (If you want a good laugh read his lyrics and then read the lyrics of an Elliott Smith song afterwards), I'd probably watch FoodTV or The Travel Channel over ESPN, and I'd rather go to a concert than a football or basketball game REALLY SUCKS and is EXTREMELY DEPRESSING. I keep going back on whether or not I even made the right decision to come to law school. If this is what my classmates are like, wouldn't that be a pretty good reflection of what my co-workers would be like as well after graduation? I really want to work with independent music and production companies after I graduate, but at this point it seems like I'm more likely to get stuck working some traditional law firm job (if I can even get one). This place blows!!--www.myspace.com/bartholomewjns.
I, for one, never wore underwear, even with skirts. I guess that should tell you smth.