Are there any other law-school-handy programs out there that are worth the investment, besides OneNote, Word, Adobe, and the usual preinstalled stuff? I'm unfortunately not too experienced in relying on a laptop for my studies.
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I think that overzealous 0L's have unrealistic expectations of law. That's what I think. After being in law school for a year, and with others on this board for longer than that, it is strange to us that you people act like law school and law practice is the best thing since sliced bread. Sure, it's pretty interesting and is a decent way to make a middle class living. But I think you are mistaking depression for realism.
When you say he's Chinese, do you mean that he lives in China? If so, I'd avoid making such purchasing. Software counterfeiting is rampant there. And it's easy to forge positive eBay feedback.
I use a Brenthaven. It works for 2 casebooks, my laptop, and all miscellaneous crap. Only downside is that the side pockets are only large enough for a Red Bull can.
if you get into a top 20, no brainer, go! anything less, depends on what's important to you.