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I just graduated and passed the bar in my state.  I am starting my own practice now, and I believe I will be successful.

To some of the people above, practicing out of law school is not necessarily malpractice. Limiting your practice and engagements to tasks you can do or learn to do is important.  Anyway, I do carry insurance, I "go bare" as it were.

To the OP, my law school does not have a class on Solo practice after LS, but one of its unofficial mottos is that students will be able to do so after graduation, especially litigation.  When you couple that will preparing to be a solo in law school, by reading, collecting sources and contacts it doesn't seem so impossible.

If anyone has any questions for me I'll try to check this sooner or later.  Its important that students think about this option, especially if your family has an ongoing professional practice that you could "hook into" for a law firm.

Anyway, it *can* be done, and *is done* ALL the time.

Roger Williams / Re: Scam law school
« on: March 23, 2005, 07:50:47 PM »
We need a story.

Current Law Students / Re: HELP ME WITH PROPERTY *&^%
« on: March 08, 2005, 07:53:11 PM »
I know everyone knows RAP, but I'll go ahead and post this:


(1) Might
Is it possible

(2) It
   a. Executory Interest
   b. Option Contract
   c. Contigent Remainder
   d. Vested remainder subject to open (partial divestment)

(3) Vest
   a. become possessory
   b. be acted on
   c. vest (person become known)
   d. class closes.

(4) Too late?
  More than 21 years after all the death of all life in beings.

   All people mentioned in the document are life in beings.

Remember: Gestation is added to the 21 years so technically with births its 21 years 9 months.

Current Law Students / Re: PROPERTY: Tenancy at Will
« on: February 03, 2005, 01:45:35 PM »
Incorrect. There is a case in the Dukenminer casebook that says the opposite, a contract provision that allows termination by only one party at will IS enforceable. And that makes sense, termination clauses in contracts (leases) do not make a contract unenforceable, as an illusory promise. A contract provision can say pretty much whatever the hell you'd like it to and is 99.999% enforceable, although the common law tenancy at will does comport with what y'all are describing.

Baylor / Re: Spring 05 Starters
« on: February 03, 2005, 12:42:06 PM »
Maybe it'll save some of yall a few bucks but Rothers bookstore is usually a little cheaper than the bookstore on campus, good luck and enjoy Monday.

Current Law Students / Re: Best School for Students Who Hate Law School?
« on: February 01, 2005, 08:00:17 PM »
Baylor is the marine boot camp of law schools.

Current Law Students / Re: NSL: Chronicles of a TTT
« on: January 18, 2005, 12:23:49 PM »
"Well I had a 117 on the LSAT and and 2.3 undergrad and I was admitted.
Is it cold up there today Downy?"

Is this supposed to make you sound better? What is the point of saying that you made a score below the possible range? Are you so stupid LSAC invented a score for you? Really, DOWNY doesn't have to try very hard with you people does he?

Baylor / Re: Spring 05 Starters
« on: January 18, 2005, 12:16:38 PM »
Y'all are gunna love Counseller and Trail! :P

Baylor / Re: I start Fall '05
« on: January 18, 2005, 12:15:32 PM »
Whats up? I'm a 2Q at Baylor. Don't worry about reading stuff the summer before. Maybe read Getting to Maybe but everything will sift out in the end. Don't read cases, Don't read hornbooks just relax and brace yourself for Prof. Trail.

Current Law Students / Re: How is much is Cooley & Michigan per year?
« on: November 16, 2004, 07:18:00 PM »
How are those two schools, in any way up for comparison by any single person?

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