you still remind me of that scene in varsity blues.
This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
Messages - lipper
i dont know what the hell these people are smokin on these boards, but everyone skanks it up at my school. sweats and sweatshirts are the way to go. I mean, seriously, you've been workin hard all night to prepare for class the next day, when u wake up, u dont wanna think about what the heck should i wear.
i think moot court is run differently at different school, judging from the responses about competing against other schools. Many schools have moot court competitions that are only comprised of teams from students from the school. And then there are moot court teams where u compete against other schools. If u competed in either, i would put this on your resume. Winning wouldn't matter; only a bonus.
I don't think it counts if you don't compete against another school.
Studying and Exam Taking / Re: I need rules for admission to NY state bar, if graduated from NON-ABA acr school« on: March 05, 2006, 08:35:29 PM »
go to nybarexam.org
i believe that you may not sit for the bar exam if you graduated from a non-aba school. i could be wrong.
I would say take it. as a 1L it is tough to find a job, let alone a paying one. the manhattan DA is regarded as one of the most prestigious DA offices to work for; it would be a great resume booster. not to mention you would get great experience.