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New England / Re: NESL?
« on: August 09, 2005, 11:36:54 PM »
Alright!.. looks like most of us on here are in section-D2 then.  Sara wish you the best while moving in, and Tim nice to meet another 1L at NESL.   I myself am heading up to Maine tomorrow for some "vaca" until orientation.  I will be out of reach and without internet, but of course its hard to type with cocktail in hand anyways lol jk.  See you all come August 17th!

George

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New England / Re: NESL?
« on: August 04, 2005, 09:24:54 PM »
Yes thats why, and no worries we all freak out now and then lol... so hurry up and close on the condo stop freakin! OR maybe call the register and ask ya never know

George

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New England / Re: NESL?
« on: August 04, 2005, 08:55:49 PM »
Sara,

Did you get your schedule for this fall yet?  If so, you can go online to: http://www.nesl.edu/library/coursereserves.cfm there you will find your professor's name/class and just click on that link.  Most should have atleast their first assignment for the first day of class.  And of course since I will be buying my text books during Orientation, those assignments will just have to wait lol.  Oh and don't forget that brief we have to write for the second day of orientation "Coy v. Eilers" though rumor has it it won't be collected or anything like that.

Btw, I am in the Day Section-02 and have Monserud, Dussasis, Hamilton, Greenberg for professors... lata!

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New England / Re: NESL?
« on: July 29, 2005, 01:32:51 AM »
Sara,

I am sorry, and you are right, but the "y'all" did play a role in guessing your from the south.  However I am a fan of the phrase mainly since I once dated a lovely lady from Texas back in my undergraduate years lol.  Glad to hear your finally coming back to Boston after all these years... keep me posted with your travels!

ghsv81 

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General Board / Re: Which sport is best for lawerly schmoozing
« on: July 27, 2005, 11:48:58 PM »
wow too many cocktails at my local yacht club to remember I might have been wrong... though I doo think its squash

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New England / Re: NESL?
« on: July 27, 2005, 11:41:09 PM »
Sara,

Glad to hear from yet another soon-to-be NESL student on this website.  Are you from the south and new to Boston? lol (random guess)... Anyways hope the move/transition works out for you and now you can say you know atleast somone new from the area!

ghsv81

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General Board / Re: Which sport is best for lawerly schmoozing
« on: July 27, 2005, 11:34:26 PM »
squash and raquetball are sports but reminds me too much of the movie "Wall Street" with a shout out to Michael Douglas and Charlie Sheen of the 80's... the main difference of the sprts being the type of ball you play with or so I have heard lol

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General Board / Re: Which sport is best for lawerly schmoozing
« on: July 27, 2005, 11:28:12 PM »
Though my advice is more business orientated then for aspiring law students, connections can never hurt... there are only four main sports that a would-be successful lawyer/successful business-person or wanna be "yuppies" should take part in... 1) Golf (obvious), 2) Yachting (note I didn't say sailing lol), 3) Tennis (when your not on your boat at the yacht club or driving the ball at the country club) and finally... 4) Skiing (when your boat is in dry-dock in the dead of winter and your in the Alps/Rockies but you still need to impress lol)... I hope most realize that sarcasm and truth play a role in this post

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New England / Re: NESL?
« on: July 27, 2005, 12:07:08 AM »
Kiwi,

Glad there is someone open for discussion about NESL on this board.  I am a typical guy from the area and have lived in New England all my life.  Since I am taking out major loans, I will be living with-the-family to save money since we live so close to Boston (northshore) next year, and rent around Boston is way too much for me to afford.  Its not as bad as it sounds though, I have my own basement apartment with its own entrance, bathroom, and jacuzzi lol.  I will be a full time day student so will only see you around possibly in the library jk.  As for the readings, I have already read "A Civil Action" couple years back and plan to use the E & E's come this fall.  Outside of that I am trying to enjoy my summer and "beach it" for the next couple of weeks before we start.  Wish the best in moving and finding a p/t job...

ghsv81 

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New England / Re: NESL?
« on: July 25, 2005, 11:14:00 PM »
Kiwi,

Glad to hear another person is headed to NESL in a couple weeks from now. Very excited and looking forward to the whole experience as well.  Thanks for keeping this thread alive lol!

ghsv81

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