yeah, it sounds like you are pretty close to me... about 5 or 6 stops from bc. im still planning on driving to school, though... i dont mind taking the t but i dont really want to have to deal with the shuttle. also, itd be nice to take a study break at the gym in the middle of the day so with a car i can at least make my own schedule. im assuming you are pretty close to comm ave (since all of the t stops near bc are on that street) so feel free to grab a ride with me... especially on those days when its sleet and freezing rain outside
as far as reading and all that good stuff... ive been reading a bunch of those "law school is going to kick your ass" books just to get an idea of what to expect. i certainly wont be doing any sort of studying, though... ive been emailing a bunch of people at bc and they all have been saying just to relax and enjoy the summer since there really is no good way to prepare anyway. so relaxation is pretty much the name of the game for me. what about you? are you doing anything special?
im not sure i wish orientation was any earlier... the more time i can spend sleeping on the beach the better for me
which isnt to say that im not excited about law school (i think about it just about 24-7!). i think its two days, which is way too short for my taste (i was hoping for a good 4 or 5 days). i was looking around the bc web site and i came across last years memo from the dean to the incoming class (http://www.bc.edu/schools/law/services/academic/memos/memos1/
) so im assuming that it will be pretty much the same format for this year. i just hope that they have some sort of lecture about proper study habits. im really feeling lost about the proper way to take notes and do outlining.
where did you go to undergrad, by the way?