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MP's Thread, or how to get paid $75K to sit around: also known as UChicago 2010

clairel

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Re: UChicago Class of 2010: "Limping Towards the Finish Line Bruised and Battered"
« Reply #4180 on: September 02, 2008, 11:51:27 AM »
i think it will be doable as long as you're not also doing law review, a clinic, or a journal.

Re: UChicago Class of 2010: "Limping Towards the Finish Line Bruised and Battered"
« Reply #4181 on: September 02, 2008, 12:18:49 PM »
Would it be fair to say that the duties of Law Review are comparable to taking a whole course? Somewhat less, somewhat more? That's always been fuzzy to me.

Re: UChicago Class of 2010: "Limping Towards the Finish Line Bruised and Battered"
« Reply #4182 on: September 02, 2008, 03:13:42 PM »
i think it will be doable as long as you're not also doing law review, a clinic, or a journal.


Thanks - nothing "extra" for me.

RE: Hazard's comment - the Accounting class has a final during the last class meeting so only three finals during the finals period. If I do this schedule I think that the rest of the year will be a little lighter.

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Re: UChicago Class of 2010: "Limping Towards the Finish Line Bruised and Battered"
« Reply #4183 on: September 02, 2008, 05:12:42 PM »
Did anyone bother going to OCI orientation? Anything of value (the "schedule of events" for it seemed to suggest it would be incredibly meaningless)?

I'm not on till Thursday, but good luck to everyone who starts interviews tomorrow.

Re: UChicago Class of 2010: "Limping Towards the Finish Line Bruised and Battered"
« Reply #4184 on: September 02, 2008, 05:31:34 PM »
Did anyone bother going to OCI orientation? Anything of value (the "schedule of events" for it seemed to suggest it would be incredibly meaningless)?


I learned that all you need to do to make women happy is buy them some $7 hand lotion.

No, you need to buy them some $7 hand lotion in a Neiman Marcus bag.

So clearly you missed the point.

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Re: UChicago Class of 2010: "Limping Towards the Finish Line Bruised and Battere
« Reply #4185 on: September 02, 2008, 06:12:37 PM »
Did anyone bother going to OCI orientation? Anything of value (the "schedule of events" for it seemed to suggest it would be incredibly meaningless)?

I'm not on till Thursday, but good luck to everyone who starts interviews tomorrow.

I can't believe so many people skip an opportunity to hear Levmore talk about employment. You really missed out.

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Re: UChicago Class of 2010: "Limping Towards the Finish Line Bruised and Battered"
« Reply #4186 on: September 02, 2008, 06:31:22 PM »
I didn't know Levmore was going to speak.

Re: UChicago Class of 2010: "Limping Towards the Finish Line Bruised and Battered"
« Reply #4187 on: September 02, 2008, 08:14:29 PM »
When do Greenberg seminars meet? The answer isn't given in the course descriptions.

Re: UChicago Class of 2010: "Limping Towards the Finish Line Bruised and Battered"
« Reply #4188 on: September 07, 2008, 09:57:04 PM »
This season is going to be wierd.  The Jets might actually win the AFC East, though they'll have to overpower the Bills, too, and they looked strong today.  Bloggers are saying that Brady is out for the season, as well as Vince Young.  After the Chargers upset and the Colts game, I don't know what to think.

I predict a break-out year for the Saints (even moreso than two seasons ago) and a Cowboys-Steelers match-up in the Super Bowl.  Also, if the Bears continue playing like they did today, there might no shame in being a football fan who lives in Chicago.   :P

Re: UChicago Class of 2010: "Limping Towards the Finish Line Bruised and Battered"
« Reply #4189 on: September 07, 2008, 10:00:02 PM »
Do you think that the Patriots can still win without Brady or Samuel?  I don't know.  I think we'll see a 9-7 type of season out of them and a divisional or wild-card loss.