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Glen Selvy

I can't wait until I'm a 3L. Then I'll be able to read a post like this and know which of it I really should be doing and which is just a suggestion. Right now, I just can't tell!

Ruth

Damn, I never slept with my outline under my pillow. No wonder I'm not getting any callbacks from OCI.

Amanda

Does falling asleep while reading your outline and using as a pillow work as well as sleeping with it under your pillow?

me

must be nice to be a 3L and have enough time to write long blog posts. Lends cred. to the "1L they scare you, 2L they kill you, 3L they bore you" cIiche'. I have to get back to reading, outlining, and practice examining now.

me

must be nice to be a 3L and have enough time to write long blog posts. Lends cred. to the "1L they scare you, 2L they kill you, 3L they bore you" cIiche'. I have to get back to reading, outlining, and practice examining now.

Abbey

Some people say that third year of law school is easy.
Those people are liars.

Ian

Ya Fed Courts, Seminar Paper, clerkship interviews, TLR...its a friggin breeze.

Oklahoma City School of Law 4L

The saying should be: "1L: scare you to death with a miniscule amount of work; 2L: work you to death with heavier academic load and a ridiculous amount of extracurriculars, including flying back to interviews all over the country; 3L: continue to work you to death and add editorial board duties, but you are used to it," but that wouldn't be as catchy, would it?

wordhomie

Dear God Glen, if you think you need to do 1/4 of that get on the blood thinners now. And he's been doing this since his first year and he turned out alright so i think you can pause to read it, just don't lollygag...those foreign law review articles aren't going to read themselves.

Reckless Murder

There is one step that I prefer that Wings didn't mention. He is the EIC (EAC?) of TLR so you might be better off just sticking to his plan. But in order to keep law school work fun, I try to find citation errors in international law journals. I see how many I can find in an hour, then I try to beat it. I make it into a game.

dude, i'm a 2L...grades dont matter. i recommend drinking as many french martinis between now and final exams. you will all be fine. remember, i'm a 2L and know everything now.

Moonlighting in Misery

I don't know about you, but about the first of November is when I make my trip to the local psychic/palm & tarot card reader in order to get a good handle on what the Professor will put on the exam when he finally writes it the first week of December.

Either that or I visit the local voodoo priestess for a couple curses to place on the students I fear will kill me in the curve.

jason

I never slept with my outlines...

I bought them a few drinks and tried, but to no avail.

Damnit.

val

1Ls:

That "call your professor at home to discuss estoppel" part... That was serious.

The professors look forward to it.

jason

post more, i'm bored at work

Mel

That was very, very evil.

PG

But don't stalk the professors. They can get restraining orders. Cf. "Lord of the Outlines," Colum. L. Revue, Spring 2005.

(There's an article in my Federalism reading -- Deborah Jones Merritt, Commerce!, 94 Mich. L. Rev. 674 (1995) -- that really does cite the lyrics of a song from a 1980 CLS musical. And my Property professor was singing a Patsy Cline parody today. 2L year actually is all about Law Revue; 1L year was just getting the experience to write it.)

Jime

Bien hecho, yo tambien ire a conocer ese lugar fantastico.

Lauretta

Que bonito, yo tambien pienso asi, que continue la onda!.

Djenka

He dicho que no lo se varias veces, y ustedes se niegan a entenderlo

Jimmy

mmm.. yes it is

Macalla

Vamos al mundial de football, quien se une a nuestra escurcion?

Rose

we write from the northen island. congrats.

Anetta

ur great, i want to meet you!!!

Garrilo

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