I am not a fan of the overachievers who would rather study in the library than party.
When someone says “spring break” around a law student, the initial reaction is often a sigh—composed of equal parts nostalgia, relief, impatience, and frustration. When someone says “spring break” around college students, it conjures the stereotypical image of thousands of twenty-somethings sardined on the sand, marinating in Burnett’s and Keystone Light. It’s reckless, irresponsible, occasionally illegal, and if you’re a law student, just about guaranteed to be a thing of your past.
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