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Current Law Students / Revive Best Thread Ever Please!!!
« on: March 06, 2010, 05:03:56 PM »
To any and all moderators - Is it at all possible to revive one of the most hilarious threads ever?  The thread, link shown below, seems to have been altered to a completely different topic.  It was a thread giving advice to 1L students and has turned into some political thread for some reason:

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     Re: brewha=erapit
Reply #7 on: May 30, 2006, 01:37:27 PM  

The notion that brewha, contributor to the greatest LSD discussion thread of all time (see:,3993.0.html), and Erapitt are the same is just plain silly.

Only socialist hippies would argue against this obvious truth. Chuck Norris hates hippies, so you don't want to be a hippy do you?

Current Law Students / Hearsay - Statement Not Under Oath
« on: September 22, 2007, 05:15:54 PM »
Ok, here is the situation.  I am trying to get a statement into evidence that was not given under oath.  The guy was one of the offenders and was offered a deal by the prosecution if he testified against the remaining defendants.  The statement I want in is his first testimony, again not under oath, given to an officer where he denies any knowledge of the crime. 

My initial thoughts are that I can only get this in by impeachment.  It is a prior inconsistent statement that would go to his credibility and obvious bias.  I'm trying to remember if there was a way I could get this in as substantive evidence. 

Current Law Students / Published!!!!!!
« on: April 26, 2007, 11:32:16 PM »
MWUAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH!!! My school actually published something I wrote.

Current Law Students / Odd Dream
« on: February 24, 2007, 09:24:51 PM »
I just dreamt that all my teeth fell out.  What the hell is that supposed to mean?  I'm guessing that it means the Crab People are staging an attack.

Current Law Students / Where would a 0.0 put me on a 4.0 curve???
« on: January 12, 2007, 10:26:55 AM »
wow am i sick of these threads.  the calculation isn't rocket science.

Current Law Students / Error of My Ways
« on: January 05, 2007, 10:29:59 PM »
Chi2L has shown me the error of my ways.  Back to being a mean, yet surprisingly humorous, bastard of the old days.

Current Law Students / Evidence
« on: January 03, 2007, 06:24:19 PM »
For any of you getting ready to take Evidence next semester (or in the future generally), the Lexis Nexis (sp?) Q&A book is a MUST have for exam prep.  I believe that it has been out of print for a few months and is relatively hard to find, I had to check the law book store of about 3 local schools to get mine, but it is well worth the search.  It has about 300 regular multiple choice questions and their complete answer explanations; ALONG with an entire "mock" final exam - again answers included. 

The price is very fair, at about 20 bucks.  I am in no way affiliated with that publication and have no incentive to push for it.  I just got an A in the class and practiced almost exclusively from that text.  I hope this helps future evidence students. 

Current Law Students / Trial Videos
« on: December 29, 2006, 02:03:24 AM »
Quick question for you all.  Does anyone know a good online source (Pay or free) that provides video footage of entire trials? 

Current Law Students / Holy Crap!! Exam Recall
« on: December 18, 2006, 05:14:00 PM »
This is definately a first in my law school career.  I guess I should be thankful because the error made me lose a TON of time reworking the problem.  Here is a copy of the email I just received from our Dean.

To the Students in Professor XXXXXX's Secured Transactions Class:

        As you know, there was a significant error on the first question
of your examination.  Unfortunately, the error was not discovered until
well after the examination had begun.  When the error was corrected,
students responded in different ways.  Some went back and revised their
answer to the first question.  Others simply plowed ahead and left their
answer alone.  Still others had decided to answer the first question
last and thus were not adversely affected at all.

        After consultation with Professor XXXXXXX, we have determined
that there is no means by which the exam can be graded fairly.
Accordingly, the entire class will receive a grade of "Pass."
Unsatisfactory as this outcome may be, it represents the only viable

        We sincerely apologize for the error. 

Dean xxxxx

Current Law Students / Anyone Else Hit the Trifecta???
« on: October 10, 2006, 06:42:45 PM »
Journal, Moot Court, and Research/Teaching Assistant. 

Any third years that have done this willing to let me know how soon I will be contemplating suicide?  It is now 9:00pm and I am brewing a full POT of coffee.  Will this be a trend throughout the year? 

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