Registering for courses is like buying concert tickets. If you don’t get your seat fast enough you will have to go to the scalpers.
Mr. Law School Sam E. Goldberg
It’s the scariest time of the year, and not because it is Halloween. Finals are approaching. The party is almost over.
Ladies, are you wondering what to wear for your first job interview at a law firm? Fear no more because Mr. Law School has you covered.
There is a new brand of law student on the horizon known as “The Devil’s Advocate.” Mr. Law school explains (and could not care less).
I’m currently in an animal law seminar where I need to write a 25-page paper about the intersection of the Animal Welfare Act and tigers in the entertainment industry. Lesson learned so far: it’s important to master the research skills necessary to use Wexis effectively.
Law School is a small community. Whether you are in class, walking the halls, or studying in the library, you always see the same people. While not your friends, they have enough status to warrant a pointless hello on a constant basis.
Here are some helpful hints on how to get out of those annoying chitchats.
Being a 3L now, my friends are starting to call me for legal advice. Before this year, nothing. Now, the phone doesn’t stop ringing.
Law students, especially 1Ls, get way too stressed out during law school. My suggestion? Go on a vacation. With final exams far away, it’s still early enough to get away with it.
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The MPRE results are back, and I’m happy to say I passed. You would think a law student would be thrilled at this news, but I’m not. After talking to my law school compadres I realized I was the only one who actually hardcore studied for this test. The rest of my friends glanced at the ethics book for a day and passed.