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Current Law Students / Re: Law school girls are just not attractive
« on: May 30, 2007, 04:39:02 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

Job Search / Re: Being a Summer Associate rocks!
« on: May 29, 2007, 02:22:28 PM »

Current Law Students / Re: you top-5% people
« on: May 29, 2007, 02:06:35 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, 06:38:32 AM »

The grass is always greener on the other side.

Really? Litterally?


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

Current Law Students / Re: Weekly & Daily Time Distributions
« on: May 24, 2007, 01:07:42 PM »
I just treated law school like a job. I put in my 9 hours at the office (law school library) 5 days a week, and then come home. It worked out well for me.
I was actually thinking of doing it that way.  I stay at school untill my days work is done and then my apartment is mostly for when I relax, eat, and sleep.  It will help control the L.S. madness. I already work 10  hours a day anyway. 

Current Law Students / Re: Weekly & Daily Time Distributions
« on: May 24, 2007, 07:18:26 AM »
We have to go to class?!?  Damn the fascists!

Just had to say I love your avatar, Gwiz.  Pinky and the Brain is one of my favorite shows.   ;D

Nice to see a soong-to-be-law student who has a sense of humor.  Trust me, in law school, you'll need one..
Thanks, I just wanted to share the megalomaniac within me.  This particular pic seem to fit all of my moods from evil genius to empathetic consult.


i believe that my statement is legally protected as it is partly satire
:-\ Didn't work for Imus...

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