look at Albany Law. they had a higher bar passage rate than Brooklyn Law.
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« on: January 19, 2007, 07:06:51 PM »
if you send your stuff again, and they were considering you, thats gonna look bad. The phone is your friend. Don't listen to that schmuck who thought all firms were part of the NALP.
« on: January 14, 2007, 11:35:43 PM »
call them. ask if they received your stuff. if they did, ask if you can schedule an interview. if they didn't, send them your stuff again.
« on: January 14, 2007, 04:16:39 AM »
I had a couple of friends in your situation. They called the firm and let them know that they had offers from other firms and needed to reach a decision by such and such date.
some people think too much - pulling out prosser and *&^%, jesus, its a multiple choice question.
dandlewood is right on. if the facts given do not establish a prima facie showing of false imprisonment, its not false imprisonment.
Here, Mike never confined John, therefore its not false imprisonment.
False imprisonment - is mike in the room also? or did he enter, say he was going to lock the door, and then leave? If he is in the room, i'd say its false imprisonment. If he is not in the room, then I say its not false imprisonment.
The answer to the second question is B.
« on: December 12, 2006, 02:17:28 AM »
as a 3L who has been on both ends of the outline exchange i can tell you that giving your outline to those people was not a mistake.
Later on down the road, 2L or 3L, or next semester (hell, even ask that person for torts), you will inevitably need one.