A TEXT POST

The way I feel about law school sounds like a love letter

suggestiofalsi:

I think about you all the time, I dream about you, you changed my life, I don’t know what I would do without you, my whole world starts and ends with you

But really if I was writing a love letter to my school I’d lace it with anthrax.

A TEXT POST

lifeinbiglaw:

When your non-lawyer friend asks you about the Supreme Court arguments today and you struggle to remember 1L Con Law

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Applies to pretty much all subjects.

Reblogged from Life in BigLaw
A CHAT

Lesson 1: Never do anything that will make things easier for the other party.

  • Crown Prosecutor: Make sure you tab these copies clearly. No overlapping tabs that I can't see.
  • Me: Yep. All 3 copies?
  • Crown Prosecutor: Of course not. Just my copy and the Judge's copy. I don't care about the copy for the defence. As long as it's all in there somewhere, they can sort it out.
A TEXT POST

How I feel about law:

trustmeiamalawstudent:

Before starting law school:

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After 2 years:

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A VIDEO

LOL… Why am I reminded of law school?

A TEXT POST

Anonymous asked: Um, Can you tell me more about the amount of reading that law students have to complete? I'm curious as to why people rant a lot about it..

Nothing I say will fully encapsulate this experience. 

  • Law students get assigned unreasonable amounts to read.
  • Not only is there A LOT to read, it’s also very boring and confusing.
  • The entire process of reading and studying means long hours by yourself. It’s very lonely. 
  • When you finally understand a topic and want to celebrate it, you remember you have another 100 pages to read.
  • Buying the books that you need to read is expensive.
  • Reading off a screen hurts your eyes after 100 pages.
  • Carrying the books around to class will give you scoliosis.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.