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General Board / Re: This is a strange question...
« on: August 28, 2005, 12:06:38 AM »
my classes are all short as well, honestly you should be able to make it an hour or even two.

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Just finish up at Penn first, then apply to many schools.  One year really isn't long especially considering a 22-23 year old law student is a young one.  With those numbers you'll abound in opportunity and youu'll have more time to make the choice that's right for you.  Maybe after a visit you might like U of M, or NYU might offer you a full ride, just wait it out and apply to most of the T14 schools and a few safeties.

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General Board / Re: what's up with law school relationships?
« on: August 27, 2005, 11:35:55 AM »
I think the key to keeping him would be to try to go see him once a week.  When you do visit, cook him diner, do his laundry, and fulfill his sexual appetite.  Next week when he's out with all the other girls from his school, he'll remember how good he has it with you.

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U of Toledo / Re: First Assignments...
« on: August 22, 2005, 12:00:30 AM »
my first day stuff was pretty light.  One case in each class - not too bad, Contracts wasn't bad, Civ Pro was a little more plodding and slow going.  I have what seems like quite a bit to do for Research and writting, but I still need to pick up two of the books, I'll take care of that tomorrow.

What did you think of the Paper Chase, they must have had 200 students in the 1L class - at least they would get called on less though. I hope I am not one of the first ones come tomorrow, but I guess it'll happen soon enough either way. 

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U of Toledo / Tonight???
« on: August 17, 2005, 11:04:36 AM »
I should have posted this here....

On the off chance that one of the current UT students responds I have a couple questions....

First, the only prep work I've done so far is learning how to brief cases and going through a very basic book - "Acing Your First Year", is this adequate (not that I can do anything if it's not)?

Also, remembering back to orientation, how dressed up should I be - khaki shorts and polo, dockers and polo or button up, or something with a tie?

Is anyone else bringing someone with them tonight?  As long as my wife gets off work in time she's coming with me.  Hope everyone is all set for orientation and enjoys their last couple hours before officially becoming 1L's, see you tonight.

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U of Toledo / Re: Where are the best places for a law student to live?
« on: August 17, 2005, 10:57:39 AM »
On the off chance that one of the current UT students responds I have a couple questions....
First, the only prep work I've done so far is learning how to brief cases and going through a very basic book - "Acing Your First Year", is this adequate (not that I can do anything if it's not)?
Also, remembering back to orientation, how dressed up should I be - khaki shorts and polo, dockers and polo or button up, or something with a tie?

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U of Toledo / Re: U of Toledo -- Schedules
« on: August 16, 2005, 02:42:42 PM »
Yeah, I'm also in section 10 of Leg Res & Writ. 

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U of Toledo / Re: U of Toledo -- Schedules
« on: August 16, 2005, 07:38:53 AM »
My classes are MW 10:10-11:40 and 2:40-4:10 and the research and writting is TBA.  I would be willing to bet you will have the same schedule.  The only number they ask you to know is the student ID and this is your soc. (it was nine digits so I just plugged it in and it worked).  BTW, to access web for students I think you have to go to the UT home site and it is under current students.  I am sure they will tell us all about how to do this at orientationm but I am impatient and like to be ahead of the game. Also, once logged in you can see if your fin-aid has posted and pretty much anything else you are curious about. In case anyone is curious about health insurance... UT automatically bills you for it and to waive it you go to registration under web for students and it will direct you to enter a policy # and provider w/phone #.  We have until Sept. 6 to waive the health insurance.

Any other questions and I'll do my best.

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U of Toledo / Re: U of Toledo -- Schedules
« on: August 15, 2005, 10:23:08 PM »
If you go to the UT Web for Students you can activate your username etc.  from here you can access your schedule, I am already registered and I would assume anyone else would be as well. 

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U of Toledo / Re: U of Toledo - Orientation
« on: August 02, 2005, 10:14:00 PM »
Haven't posted in a while... I am now officially a married man and live in Toledo.  Did I really leave Michigan for Ohio?  Well anyway, I'm all set and ready for orientation.  I've been here in Toledo four days and am starting to learn the area.  If anyone wants to grab a beer or go out after orientation I'm all for it, hell, I'm not doing crap for the next two weeks anyway.  Also, I am a lame ass and therefore also in the transitional program.  I know exactly what you mean... I think it's easier to concentrate when all you have time for is school work.  Everyone enjoy the last few weeks.

BTW - I live on Airport just east of Byrne, where is everyone else at or going to be?

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