It's more productive to listen to music than lectures..
Only time will tell whether . . . time will tell. But this looks like some serious pwnage, considering the never-ending stream of bad news on ATL.
Anyone have good back-up plans?
I've never had one. It might be useful if you don't get westlaw/lexis access right away or if you study away from a computer.
For the love of god, no duffle bags or rolling backpacks. You are going to law school, not the airport.
Eh. Some of us have back problems. I don't really understand the antipathy towards wheelie bags, besides the fact that they're kind of dorky. I mean, it really is just a style thing.
One thing I did, which I think is handy no matter how you carry your stuff, is I went to Kinko's and had them saw the spines off all my books and 3-hole punch them. The books go into a large binder, and whatever pages I need that day I move to a smaller binder which I take to class.
I'm an engaged 0L. I don't have a wedding date set yet but I wanted to get some insight from current law students on when the best time to have the wedding would be. I am considering my 1L summer because I'm assuming whatever job I have will not be as intense as my 2L summer when I am considered more valuable. Are winter breaks out of the question? I'm guessing 1L winter is definitely out. Should I wait until I graduate? I'm worried I will be too busy studying for the bar/ starting a job in the 1st year out. Does anyone have any experience planning a wedding during law school? My fiancee is flexible too. Thanks guys!
Thanks! Don't quote me, but I do think we're still pointing our vagabonding troop towards Minneapolis. That may change should a solid financial offer come through from Cornell, but then again, that might just end up being fodder in my quest to up my UofM scholly offer .
Is there any truth to the rumor (on TLS) that this fall's class will be significantly smaller than in previous years?
I'd disagree with that - our orientation program was about the lamest thing on earth and didn't prepare me squat for law school. We basically watched "A Civil Action" and discussed it...