So you’re a brand new freshly minted baby law student! Congratulations! You likely have a brilliant career of crippling debt and alcohol-fueled regret ahead of you. Good times for sure. In order to ensure your career success, what things have you done thus far your first year? Attended some networking events? Formed a study group?…
In the interest of helping future 1Ls avoid my own mistakes, here’s a short list of things that really should never be done as a 1L.
Don’t read this blog post if you don’t want to spoil all the fun of law school.
Kimber and Mark talk 1L crap, Scalia’s ruling on pizza, and disrobing in court. Plus, taking the ABA to task. Again.
What I did not fully grasp was how ultra-important first-year grades are, and how they have nothing to do with your intellectual mastery of the material, and have everything to do with writing an exam answer that the professor will find easy to read and easy to give a high grade. If you get mediocre…
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Mr. Law School’s 3L law school year has begun, and it certainly beats being a 1L. The professors don’t expect much out of you, you have respect from the 1L’s and 2L’s, and you already know the law school ropes. In other words, the “bore you to death” year has arrived.