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Current Law Students / Re: Are my feelings normal?
« on: September 13, 2006, 11:38:25 AM »
I'm sure I'm the only person here that will tell you this, but I think if your education isn't a financial burden, if you are doing well, then stick with it even if you don't like it. Most people who drop out don't like law school and don't want to have to be a lawyer to pay back the loans. If you can graduate with little or no debt in three years, go ahead and get the JD and keep you options open.

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Job Search / Re: most coveted 1L summer jobs?
« on: August 10, 2006, 07:24:37 PM »

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If the internship is in a city, you could see if any universities can rent you a dorm room... I know some DC universities do it.

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Transferring / Re: At the risk of getting booed off the board, lol :)
« on: March 06, 2006, 11:58:46 AM »
A 3.4 isn't the end of the world. :D

I know a year off seems like a long time, but if you can do well on the LSAT and get into an ABA accredited school, you really should wait.

BTW, I had a 3.43, and I think I fared pretty well... scholarship at a T1.

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Current Law Students / Re: Abortion
« on: March 04, 2006, 06:42:46 PM »
yes it should

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Current Law Students / Re: The Da Vinci crock
« on: February 28, 2006, 02:03:30 AM »
 :( ehh... still an entertaining book.

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Does he want to sit for the bar? If not, he'll probably be fine. If he wants to, it may come back to bite him in the arse, and he should work it out now before he potentially wastes a bunch of money.

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Rs. 2.00 = 4 cents. Would somebody please delete this spam.

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Transferring / Re: prestige
« on: December 06, 2005, 03:58:59 PM »
I graduated from Harvard Law School three years ago after completing one year at BC. I've found that people really don't care about my 1L year because I had my diploma screen-printed onto a trucker's cap. I wear it at meetings and sh*t.

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There are unsolvable mental disorders, disorders that have to be voluntarily dealt with medicinally. An ex of mine was having hallucinations, depression, and who knows what else... she was seriously f'd up... she saw demons and sh*t :o Maybe the concept of life with no me was that bad? ;D

Now, I will agree that there is a problem with overmedicating the public, but some issues have to be dealt with; and why spend years convincing yourself that the demons you see are fake when you can just take a pill and let it end? Just because one route is harder doesn't make it noble. Is it more noble to have a tiger chase you to the store than it is to just get in your car and drive there? Does that make the latter option the "lazy" option?

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