Sunday, March 08, 2009

Law School Roundup #163

Welcome to Law School Roundup # 163, the flu-season edition. There was a glut of quality posts this week, which only goes to show: it must be midterm season again. While you're putting off your outline, here's this week's selection of posts from law students aspiring, recovering, and still slogging away:

Mens Rea?
Proposed changes to Canada's mental illness law (Law is Cool)

Lights, Camera...Overwhelmed by parental technology (Legally Blonde Ambition)

Scroungers: Free food thievery: one of the many skills we pick up when learning to "think like a lawyer" (The Shark)

Show and Tell: Because "ate a live cat" says so much more than just "crazy" (Taking the Law Into My Own Hands)

The Underwear Rule: Another resourceful survival technique leads to success, less laundry (Virgin in the Volcano)

Interplanetary Jurisdiction: Illinois says Pluto is a planet. It's a consolation prize for the Senate seat. (Fight the Hypo)

Taking Notes: On attending one's very first CLE (No. 634)

WMD: Bingo! Found 'em! (Dysfunctional Didactics)

Table for One:
The ring thing is catching these days (Teasingly Diverse)

Miscommunication: Oh, the vagueries of language...or, why "partner" can get you into trouble sometimes (Starting to Melt)

Move over, MBAs: On the economy's impact on law schools (Being is Somethingness)

Double the fun: The MILP roundup is over at Butterflyfish this week.


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.


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