1. Dont go to law school, its not too late to withdraw.2. Start collecting lexis and westlaw points right away. That stuff adds up. 10,000 westlaw points and those are almost all from this semester. If I'd been getting them last semester I could get a set of golf clubs or a nice Calloway driver right now. The bike is tempting but I dont think I'll use it so i'll probably just keep collecting points.3. You will be at school with these people for 3 years, you'll be working with them for the rest of your life, DO NOT do anything you wouldnt want a judge or opposing counsel or a client to know about you. Do not be a feminine hygiene product bag, do not sleep around with students of the opposite sex.4. DO NOT TALK ABOUT GRADES. The better you do, the more this applies. Thats great if you got #1 in the class, but you cant tell anyone. Do not wander around the class rank list with a finger up in the air announcing your rank to everyone walking by.5. Respect your school's honor code. You never know who might report something you might consider minor. A mark on your transcript will be seen by any employer, and being named as a defendant in an honor code proceeding (even if acquitted) must be reported to the Bar when you apply.