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Incoming 1Ls / Software for Law School?
« on: July 25, 2007, 10:52:31 PM »
Which are the best computer software used for note-taking, case briefing, outlining, etc...? Other useful softwares such as legal dictionaries, etc..?

Which ones do you like/dislike/recommend?

General Off-Topic Board / Did anyone got this letter?
« on: January 15, 2007, 04:19:51 PM »
HI. I want to know if this letter is serious or if its just something Law Schools send to everyone. Did you got this letter or a similar one too? From which Law School?

Dear Lonny,

Greetings from the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington. A few weeks ago you should have received, by mail, an invitation to apply to our school and a waiver of our customary application fee.

I am pleased to inform you that, based on a further review of your credentials, you are a candidate for scholarship assistance. No special application for this aid is required. Your application to the Indiana University School of Law will suffice.

I know very well that choosing a law school is a very difficult decision and one that will have impact for your entire life. For that reason, I strongly encourage you to visit us on a day when classes are in session. We will give you the opportunity to attend class and see the school's culture and environment first hand. You will find a collegial supportive small-school environment in which students and faculty work together to achieve mastery of the foundational skills of good lawyering. For a large portion of our students and faculty, visiting the school was the key to their law school selection decision. Just call or send an email and we will set up a visit. Come any day classes are in session.

To take a closer look at Indiana Law visit our website at

If you have any questions or would like to schedule a visit and tour, please do not hesitate to contact the Admissions Office at (812) 855-4765, or by e-mail at [email protected]. Likewise, if I can be of any assistance to you in your decision-making over the next few months, please do not hesitate to contact me personally at [email protected].

I look forward to hearing from you.

Dennis H. Long, JD 1998

Assistant Dean

Our winner till this moment is Boss with:

$178K on a mortgage = $1,512/month
$10K on various personal loans = $375/month
$3.5K on a zero percent furniture store card = $110/month
$500 on a zero percent electronic store card = $50/month
$6.5K on UG student loans = $65/month

General Off-Topic Board / To prep or not to prep? Study or Party?
« on: January 08, 2007, 09:17:10 PM »
Before starting your First Year in Law School, should you study or party?

If you choose study please mention few favorite pre-law books. Also what are you trying to do? Learn legal concepts? Learn how to brief a case? Read important documents?

If you choose party please share your favorite ways of having fun or relaxing etc...



I can Identify myself with Lisa because she is vegetarian, defends animals and environment, plays a wind musical instrument and is the intelligent one of the family.

OK don't look up my LSAT and say that I'm not intelligent  :-\

I AM intelligent, the intelligent one in MY family ... lol  ;D

I'm Puerto Rican. I consider Puerto Rico as my country but lots of persons say that Puerto Rico is not a country. What is it then? What is your definition of a country?

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