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Current Law Students / Civ Pro supplements?
« on: September 16, 2008, 01:22:11 PM »
Understanding Civ Pro, Glannon's Guide, Crunch Time, or E&E?

This, of course, can change over the course of the semester, the year, or even my lifetime.  I was just wondering what everyone else enjoys (or doesn't) at this stage in the game.

Only about a third of my section uses their laptops, if that.  i use pen and paper but I will also occasionally have a typed brief up on my computer if I haven't printed it. 

Current Law Students / Re: ECON majors?
« on: September 03, 2008, 01:52:56 PM »
I was an econ major in undergrad and after a week and a half (yes, I understand it's only a week and a half) and I feel like the analysis is similar.  In Econ I had to take a set of principles and past results and use them for the prediction and analysis of a new situation.  I think it helped me.  But as I said, it's still early and what works for me might not necessarily work for everyone. 

Current Law Students / Re: Sitting in the law library today...
« on: August 31, 2008, 11:49:49 PM »
HAHA.  That sucks.  I guess I have that to look forward to at some point. 

Boomer Sooner by the way.  I'm also class of 2011.

Current Law Students / I start was the first week, 1Ls??
« on: August 23, 2008, 03:01:22 AM »
I had my orientation Thursday and I'm so ready to get started.  What were your thoughts on the first week for those of you who have already begun?

I would love to but he's halfway across the country.  If he wasn't, I would definitely do that.

My uncle said he was going to email his brother.  He also said it wouldn't be a big deal just to contact him.  I just figured maybe someone here had been in a similar situation. 

I asked my uncle and he said that he was going to email his brother.  But I still wanted some insight from someone here who may have been through something like this before.  I don't think it could ever hurt to try to exhaust every option.

Current Law Students / I don't type I screwed?
« on: March 31, 2008, 03:20:15 PM »
I've heard from a few people that the ability to type quickly is a very valuable skill in Law School.  I do not type well, however, and certainly can't type without looking at the keyboard.  Is this something I should address before I enter my 1L year??  I know it's kind of a weird question but any advice would be helpful.

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