Frankly to say every 3L has an easy time is a drastic overstatement. The classes are the same as 2L classes, though by that time most people have figured out how to play the game better. Attention does shift to the professional world, but there's also the matter of passing a bar. And unless you got all your "bar" courses taken care of as a 2L, you'll have more of them to look forward to.What I wanted to see more of as a 3L were practical courses such as trial practice. Those courses were so popular you had to enter a lottery system to get in, but the school showed little interest in expanding them.
Cosmoline...thanks for the input...you make some good points...So how different was 2L compared to 1L as far as ease, stress levels, time consumption, etc.?