Today I tempt fate. I've read the text and cases for torts, but have not briefed the cases. Not enough time. If I am called on to brief a case in torts tonight I will have to fake it.I've seen a number of postings that say I'm foolish to waste time briefing every case. I guess it makes sense, but something just doesn't quite seem right about that. The cases are the law and I'm trying to learn the law and I think I need to brief them to really understand them. On the other hand, I never seem to have quite enough time to brief them all.
How does asking how much NSL costs make me "not very bright"? If you're so positive I don't go to VULS, I'm sure your classmate who worked there for years could come up with a way for me to prove it (ie. what does the plaque outside Flynn auditorium say? what happens every other Friday afternoon? hell, ask me where bar review was last week). I go to Vandy, I'm just fascinated by NSL students.