What do you guys do to get all those points? Log in and make random searches just to get the daily points?
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Thank you. That really did clear up any concerns!!!
Hi, everyone! I am an udergraduate planning to apply to law schools soon, and I wanted to ask the opinions of some seasoned veterans about what social life is like in law school (if there is any?). Is it hard to make friends? Does the competitiveness of law school make people not very friendly? Do law students usually hang out only with other law students - have their own parties, events - or is there intermingling with other graduates and/or undergraduates at the school? Is there a lot of gossip, cliques? What do law students do for fun/rest, if they are not studying? Feel free to share anything you think might be interesting: anecdotes, comments, comparisons with undergraduate life - I am very interested.
I realize that experiences of people will vary greatly from one law school to another, but it's still interesting to hear what people's experiences out there are. It would be interesting to know, what school you're attending, but you don't have to say, if you don't want to. But do mention if you're at a big, medium or small class-size/school.
Thanks a lot to everyone, who replies!
Ok, let's talk about things you did say. How were you acting professionally while regaling the board with your sexual adventures with black men? The "broom closet" conversations on BLSD are one of numerous examples.
<<In a profession that judges you on your articulateness, it usually helps to develop a habit of using proper grammar and punctuation.>>
Well, if we were all using our posts here in the forum as potential job applications...your argument would have merit. As it is...we are mostly hear for leisure conversation and friendly exchanges. Besides...it's not as if the poster's punctuation was a major train wreck. He left off a simple punctuation in a post that was probably written in haste...it's primary purpose, to give valuable information in a short amount of time.
Snobbishly snubbing your nose at his grammer instead of being appreciative of the information he was trying to provide, albeit with a punctuation error...says more about you...than him.