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where do you keep your money that your wife doesnt know about?

separate bank account (statements mailed to work or other address)
 3 (21.4%)
online account somewhere
 2 (14.3%)
friend holds it
 0 (0%)
secret batcave in home that wife has no idea about
 1 (7.1%)
with your porn collection
 6 (42.9%)
safe deposit box
 2 (14.3%)

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Author Topic: Fall course load  (Read 1468 times)

blawg

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Fall course load
« on: August 26, 2006, 08:30:07 PM »
Let me know which courses you are taking this fall. I am interested in how schools break it up. Some are taking contracts, civ pro, and torts, while others, property, crim and con law. Sometimes it depends on the section. It seems to vary from school to school.

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Re: Fall course load
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2006, 09:31:00 PM »
Civ. pro., torts, contracts, and a class called legal practice.

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Re: Fall course load
« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2006, 10:20:30 PM »
part timer: contracts, constitutional law, civil procedure (year-long, final in May) and legal writing.
Georgetown

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Re: Fall course load
« Reply #3 on: August 26, 2006, 11:06:35 PM »
trial advocacy
crim pro
professional responsibility
intellectual property
evidence

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Re: Fall course load
« Reply #4 on: August 26, 2006, 11:13:11 PM »
trial advocacy
crim pro
professional responsibility
intellectual property
evidence


so you are a 2L with a ridiculous course load? do you use the waltz evidence book?

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Re: Fall course load
« Reply #5 on: August 26, 2006, 11:17:38 PM »
trial advocacy
crim pro
professional responsibility
intellectual property
evidence


so you are a 2L with a ridiculous course load? do you use the waltz evidence book?

hmmm I dont know who the author is to tell you the truth...I left it in my locker it school :D

Its not so bad...at least not yet though I think trial ad may just kill me...I didnt realize evidence was a prereq before I signed up and Im not one to shrink from a challenge and drop so we're gonna give it a go. 

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Re: Fall course load
« Reply #6 on: August 27, 2006, 10:41:23 AM »
trial advocacy
crim pro
professional responsibility
intellectual property
evidence


so you are a 2L with a ridiculous course load? do you use the waltz evidence book?

hmmm I dont know who the author is to tell you the truth...I left it in my locker it school :D

Its not so bad...at least not yet though I think trial ad may just kill me...I didnt realize evidence was a prereq before I signed up and Im not one to shrink from a challenge and drop so we're gonna give it a go. 

good luck...hopefully you aren't on law review and trying to get a job at the same time...must be tough.

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Re: Fall course load
« Reply #7 on: August 27, 2006, 11:13:19 AM »
trial advocacy
crim pro
professional responsibility
intellectual property
evidence


so you are a 2L with a ridiculous course load? do you use the waltz evidence book?

hmmm I dont know who the author is to tell you the truth...I left it in my locker it school :D

Its not so bad...at least not yet though I think trial ad may just kill me...I didnt realize evidence was a prereq before I signed up and Im not one to shrink from a challenge and drop so we're gonna give it a go. 

good luck...hopefully you aren't on law review and trying to get a job at the same time...must be tough.

no law review but I am trying to write on to a journal that just moved its editorial board here...and I do intend to do the trial competitions so I may not actually do the journal thing so I dont know...I gotta do all I can do cuz my grades aren't super spectacular

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Re: Fall course load
« Reply #8 on: August 27, 2006, 02:25:16 PM »
trial advocacy
crim pro
professional responsibility
intellectual property
evidence


so you are a 2L with a ridiculous course load? do you use the waltz evidence book?

hmmm I dont know who the author is to tell you the truth...I left it in my locker it school :D

Its not so bad...at least not yet though I think trial ad may just kill me...I didnt realize evidence was a prereq before I signed up and Im not one to shrink from a challenge and drop so we're gonna give it a go. 

good luck...hopefully you aren't on law review and trying to get a job at the same time...must be tough.

no law review but I am trying to write on to a journal that just moved its editorial board here...and I do intend to do the trial competitions so I may not actually do the journal thing so I dont know...I gotta do all I can do cuz my grades aren't super spectacular

have you considered taking a semester to focus on grades? ...i mean, do nothing but study? if you are within reach of a decent gpa / rank, then you might want to consider.

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Re: Fall course load
« Reply #9 on: August 27, 2006, 02:58:17 PM »
Civ Pro
Crim Law
Contracts
Lawyering Skills
Social Justice