My thoughts on the first week of law school:Civ Pro is the Devil's work. That being said, I see the value in it and the value that comes from knowing it.I didn't care where in the class I graduated before. I really don't care now.Honestly, I don't even care if I even finish or not. I'm enjoying myself and whatever happens, happens.Case briefing is totally overrated.Outlines are for the weak. I stand by it. Some law school folks are cool, but even more are socially maladjusted beyond belief.Law professors are so much better than 99% of your professors from UG. Seriously. All of mine are incredibly intelligent and I hope to be even half as successful and smart as they are.Law review is an incredibly valuable credential, but only because it's the only chance that you'll have to be hustled the same way most graduate students are.The workload is heavy, but very manageable.Much like UG, people will continue to ask incredibly dumb questions about poo that should be pretty obvious.Any class can be good if you have a great professor.Florida State is, without question, the place for me.More to follow as I think of it...
Law professors are mostly blowhards who can't handle a career practicing law. Just like your UG professors, the great majority of them don't understand much about the world that you one day hope to enter.
Ugh . . . you're wrong. Many of them had the grades to go anywhere they wanted in legal practice -- appelate litigation, M&A deals at a top NYC firm, IP in Silicion Valley -- but they chose to go into academia. That might suggest retreat.
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