SamSpade -- did you consider your first year to be particularly difficult?
how much effort did you put in to the earn the grades that you received. i'm gonna go to BLS in the fall so i'm just asking.
The class that BLS2L is referring to is actually a class that had 64 students in one room, 15 in another, and 5 in another all taking the same exam when the fire alarm went off. Due to miscommunication with proctors, the 64 classroom got 15 minutes extra time. The BLS administration became aware of the situation the following day and did everything in their power to remedy the situation. They met with students from those classrooms on multiple occations and in the end curved the big room separately from the smaller rooms so that people were only compared on equal footing.This kind of dedication to its students I'd say is indicative of the school. I had a great time my first year and I am looking forward to being a BLS 2L.
That's cool how you referenced a case.
I'm so far from the end of my tether right now that I reckon I could knit myself some socks with the slack.
i also would like to add BU isnt exactly a T14. you need to be top 10-15% to get BIGlaw job.
I'm a quitter?! Buddy, I'm at the top of my class.
You don't have to be an economist to understand that everything, including law school, has a dollar value.
I wouldn't invest in a stock and then hold on to it just because I "like it." As with buying stock, law school is an investment.
People from the bottom of class at BLS & BU have trouble finding good paying jobs and they graduate with an enormous amount of debt.
If I did poorly in law school, I wouldn't stick around and rack up more debt just because you think that leaving before I go $100k deep in debt (that I'll probably never be able to pay off) makes me a "quitter." What a joke.