« on: September 25, 2007, 04:30:48 AM »
Tag. Can you elaborate on the writing of exams (ie what makes one good)?
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I've worked a few years out of college. Hardly gives me a sense of entitlement to say I think I know what I'm doing compared to those straight out of school.
But one thing that got me into law was I got along well with lawyers in general. These were ppl who, *generally* liked to think about things openly / admit they weren't always right / took interest in details of how things worked.
At the one-month point in my first year, I don't see many of these characteristics in classmates (perhaps in a few of them). Did I have an unrealistic idea of lawyers' personalities, or is it just that as students we all haven't budded yet? At my school, a majority of students are straight out of school...
Regardless, *some* of these people are EXTREMELY ARROGANT and SNOTTY. I mean, its just unreal, the 'tudes of some of these dudes (and girls for that matter). It's like I have to do a double take in given situations b/c there's no way a person who's managed to negotiate themselves through life would turn up their nose at another person like that... [except in law school].
Sorry, bad day and lots of time studying (perhaps unproductively) by self... but god does anyone else see the same problems? I wish the BAR had some kind of "no jerk" policy --- maybe I'm hoping for WAY too much.
But I thought it was funny
You having a good sense of humor about this is ruining it for me. Where's the feminazi contingent today?