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1L job search / Re: Substantive work after 1L?
« on: May 31, 2007, 02:23:08 PM »
This entire conversation is ridiculous.  You are trying to get advice from people about hypothetical 1L summer jobs when you haven't even started law school.  No offense, you could fail out your first semester, discover you hate law school or be in the middle of your class.  I wouldn't worry about your summer job quite yet.  Wait until you see if law school is really for you and how you do, then stress about finding a job. 
You can't plan that way.  Now is the time to think about 1l summer.  You should have a 3,5, and 10 year plan.  You shoud revise your plan periodically.  You should be flexible but have an idea of where you would like this to end up.  If you plan and end up dropping out, fine.  At least you had a plan.  If you don't plan and choose to stay with it then, summer 1l, you'll be lifeguarding while everyone else is getting experience, resume building, and re-evaluating thier plans.

General Board / Re: Law school girls are just not attractive
« on: May 31, 2007, 10:44:51 AM »
What happens in Law Review Stays in Law Review.

What you said reminds me of the movie "Eyes Wide Shut."

Something about elite nihlist debauchery and decadence

Or is just me?
Fight Club, but it's not a new concept.  What you refer to is also being applied in the Las Vegas commercials.

General Board / Re: Law school girls are just not attractive
« on: May 30, 2007, 11:20:52 PM »
Just looking at my future class on facebook I can easily say that most of the girls are very attractive. There are some cute guys too- but not as many cute guys and cute girls.
But I'm married and I don't plan on looking anyway
What happens in Law Review Stays in Law Review.

General Board / Re: Law school girls are just not attractive
« on: May 30, 2007, 07:39:02 PM »
The real problem is that you're looking at the girls through the wrong eyes. You're looking, I presume, with the eyes of a 25 year old. The trick is to start looking with the eyes of a 35 year old. Go to law school as a non-trad and you'll be rather pleasantly surprised at how attractive the girls in your law schol are...
 :D   ;)   :P
yea I'll have to agree at 31 ;D

1L job search / Re: Being a Summer Associate rocks!
« on: May 29, 2007, 05:22:28 PM »

Studying and Exam Taking / Re: you top-5% people
« on: May 29, 2007, 05:06:35 PM »
Practice tests, practice tests, practice tests. I got a 4.3 in the classes i took 4+ practice tests in and mu midterm grades where i only took 1-2 practice tests were B's. I'm actually worried b/c i have only taken on practice this semester [a 10% midterm]  but I did well on that. Schedule time during the reading period to take them so you get into the "groove" of writing for 2-3 hours.

I don't have a single class this semester that has 4 pratice tests on file.  1 class has zero.  The rest have 1

If you're class doesn't have practice tests on file, look at other teachers' tests. Many schools have their exam bank online and it's accessible to anybody.

My property teacher didn't have any practice tests on file because the guy is new. So I did some other teacher's practice test. Come test day, my professor used the exact same test question as the other property teacher. Because I had already done it, I rocked its socks off.

Transferring / Re: T30 Fullride versus Columbia/Penn
« on: May 27, 2007, 09:38:32 AM »

The grass is always greener on the other side.

Really? Litterally?

Pennsylvania State / Re: Class of 2010
« on: May 26, 2007, 01:04:03 PM »
Check online for what utility, TV, and internet companies are out there.  or you can ask the landlord which one he thinks is better.

I just got more stuff in the mail for orientation, 2nd seat deposit, and summer reading suggestions.  So you all should get your stuff soon.  I'll send my check and intent form after the 1st.


Exactly, a sick body is a sick body is a sick body. What difference does it make whether it's black or white?

The human body is not unlike an automobile.

Thus, doctors, like mechanics, do take better care when working on a BMW than on a Volkswagen!
Hmm someone is an ass.


[...] The latter, for example, who usually are on J-1 Visas (with 80% of these physicians actually staying in the US) are compelled to practice in designated rural or inner city physician shortage areas in order to have the "2-year return" requirement for J-1 visa waived. [...]

Here it is an overview of the visa process

For specific information on J-1 visa waivers go here

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