Sunday, October 05, 2008

Law School Roundup #141

Welcome to Law School Roundup #141, the promise-not-to-talk-about-Sarah-Palin edition....Promise.

Here's this week's collection of interesting posts from law students current, impending and recovering:

Drag Queens: Chalk it up on the "things that are more fun than outlining" list. (No 634)

Charlie Brown: Yep. The job search still sucks.(Butterflyfish)

Friends with Money: An alternative approach to law school lending (The Shark)

The Government, with Money: A thoughtful statutory analysis of the bailout, plus debate in the comments. Engage at your own risk. (Fight the Hypo)

Red Sky in the Morning?: We've entered the doldrums phase of law school (War of All Against All)

Shhhhhh: Secret Ballot envelopes- subtlety is key. (Terra Nullius)

Natural Selection: Help! Law student under attack! (Laughing: With or at You)

Never Could Get the Hang of Wednesdays: financial aide, mobile nagging, panic...Just your usual hump day. (Politely Obscene)

Well-Placed: "Apparently a gorilla is supposed to hire me" (Jolly Lawger)

Numb: Just keep swimming, just keep swimming...and stay out of Gonzo's way (The View From the Middle)

The Eternal Choice: Booze or books? You'll have a headache either way (A Woman in Law School)

And, though it's not technically from this week- a charming Dear John letter to Rob Huberman, CTA President (Law with Grace)


Look for next week's roundup at the Legal Underground, and then back here again in 2 weeks. If you want to be added to the blog roll, but don't see yourself up there, shoot me an email and we'll get you on the wall of dis-honor.

Kisses!

-- Nobody

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