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Current Law Students / Re: poor lawyers
« on: June 16, 2006, 04:13:50 PM »
 ??? meh?

Current Law Students / Re: Law Schools To Avoid At All Costs!
« on: June 16, 2006, 09:46:18 AM »
I'd say the only law schools that should be avoided at all costs are the non-ABA accredited ones.

You could probably finance a rather healthy crack habit...

haha... jk

Current Law Students / Re: I Am a Gay American
« on: June 16, 2006, 09:41:49 AM »
You bring up many important points, some of which I agree with you on, and some not. The main this is though - that post doesn't belong on this site.


I'm a Bored Law Student... and I don't give a shi t if you are a gay American.

I grew up, and live in the Bay Area, CA. I am sorry that you live in an area - at least it seems that way - where you have to actually worry about what others think... Out here no one whatever you want... that's freedom.

Yeah, we're going to have f-in' babies... haha

Current Law Students / Re: Was the war in Iraq a war of choice?
« on: June 15, 2006, 04:46:00 PM »
Why does everyone have to act like they spontaneously come up with 1000-word essay-like responses, instead of just giving the original source? I think you end up looking like a jack-ass when you get caught trying to look smart...


Share all you want. But if you notice, this board is for Students (of lawschools) and Graduates (of lawschools). Go post your negativity on the kiddy board.

Also, if the Student's and Graduates sign wasn't enough, this particular is entitled "1 year later....still glad u went to lawschool". It's not entitled "Please tell me why you were too big of a female private part to go to lawschool."

TITCR... Put rather bluntly, but really, the "I decided not to go to law school" rants probably belong on the other board.

Current Law Students / Re: How are practice tests made available?
« on: June 13, 2006, 02:36:15 PM »
oh, and also, why have i heard so much talk of 1L's being so scared about their first set of finals because they dont know what to expect.  i can understand anxiety about your first tests and being nervous about how much value is placed on them for your grade, but if sample tests are available, then why is it that people get scarred and say they dont know what to expect, etc.

I think because most people will talk the talk about b=putting in the work required to be fully prepared; i.e, brief all the cases, read supplementals, and do practice exams, but in reality, most people are probably only going to do that for the first month before settling back into their previous study habits.

Transferring / Re: Help with Trasferring/Do I have a shot?
« on: June 12, 2006, 07:50:26 PM »
"In fact, sharing grades will help others give him a realistic opinion, and let other people gauge their own chances, comparitively."

Dear, Andi, et al.,

Give me a break.  Lets be honest about what this little exercise is.  Its a way for people to fish for compliments and reassurances about their abilities.

Do you have a shot?  Yeah, you do.  But you already knew that when you earned over a 3.8 GPA.  And were you really not going to apply to Duke because some schmuck on this discussion forum knew a buddy who's ex-girlfriend's old roommate didn't get in and she had a 3.9 as a 1L. 

Apply. See what happens.  Then leave and join the elite of the world. Maybe you all can gather around and talk about who was high school validictorian. 

After further consideration, I think I have been - and with good reason - corrected, and that this is, in fact, the correct answer...

I forgot that, as pointed out by my distinguished counterpart above, most people who post here are egotistical ass masters who need constant validation in order to feel better about themselves. And after I think about it, asking if you have a chance when you already know you do definately qualifies you for this esteemed status.

But f#@k it, I don't really care anyway...

Transferring / Re: Help with Trasferring/Do I have a shot?
« on: June 12, 2006, 05:23:05 PM »
I think it's fine to share numbers. We're all adults here.

In fact, sharing grades will help others give him a realistic opinion, and let other people gauge their own chances, comparitively.

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