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We are law students.  We will be happy if we can even get a job in THIS ECONOMY (lol). 

Current Law Students / Re: SO SCREWED!
« on: December 16, 2008, 11:30:48 PM »
 3,000 words is roughly 10 pages double-spaced.  If your writing more than this for a 3hour exams then chances are you are off topic somewhere in your analysis.

as a law student, that sort of goes without saying...


congrats you officially have no life.

save the kittens

Current Law Students / Re: Is it bad if you're going over.....
« on: December 13, 2008, 11:08:58 AM »
You don't need to read 700 pages of material.  All you need is Crunchtime for contracts and the Chirelstein (spelling?) book.  For a class like contracts the cases are not really that important the best thing you can do is learn the black letter law (from an outline) and practice applying it (on practice exams).  Working smart > working hard

It depends.

I think I am the only one who got this joke.

Current Law Students / Re: Pre-Exam Music
« on: December 12, 2008, 09:21:59 AM »
Kanye West - Stronger

Current Law Students / Re: Is it bad if you're going over.....
« on: December 12, 2008, 09:21:24 AM »
Isn't going over the entire semester before the exam kind of the point?  I wouldn't bother memorizing anything unless your test is closed book.  If it is closed book and you haven't memorized anything then make a brief outline and memorize that ASAP.  If it's open book then focus on practice exams and find a good outline.

Current Law Students / Re: Who is the greatest american lawyer of all time?
« on: December 12, 2008, 09:04:53 AM »

I'm a little disappointed that you think so little of doctors to think that its all about the money. If that were true we wouldnt have any pediatricians or ER doctors.  Maybe we just know VERY different people... and the ones I know are good people.  

Yes we must know different people.  I volunteered at a large hospital for over a year and got to see how doctors act towards patients (don't even get me started on how they treat the ones without insurance).  It's good that you seem to know some doctors that are truly in it to better society, but from what I saw most doctors do not have that "Patch Adams mentality."  

please note that I volunteered in an ER(trauma) unit.

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