Sunday, September 06, 2009

Law School Roundup #189

Welcome to Law School Roundup #189. At this point in the year, you're reluctantly getting back into the swing of things, or realizing with that horrible sinking feeling that when they said 2L was easier...they lied. Or maybe you're a 3L, and you're off perfecting your golf swing and denying economic reality for another few months.

At any rate, we've got your Roundup, fresh out of the oven for ya:

Class Rules: Syllabus day is fun (Legally Questionable Content)

Lessons we learn: Bar review- a learning experience in every sense of the work (Lipgloss & Law School)

Figuring it out: Fall recruiting and the evening student (Fight the Hypo)

Secrets of the Trade: Keys to the hidden job market (The Shark)

Dream big: On sugar plums, and other goodies (Blogging Matilda)

Words of Wisdom: Practical study advice from someone who's been there (My Legal Fiction)

Prepared: On the wonders of briefs, and using them (law:/dev/null)

Split Personalities: On life in, and out of, law school (i don't wear skinny jeans)

Civ Pro in a Nutshell: Or, what your world looks like before Pennoyer. (Law School Ninja)

New York to 0? Thoughts on the end of billable hours (Fearfully Optimistic)

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 (1Ls: This means you), shoot me an email and we'll get you on the wall of dis-honor.

In the meantime, try to stay out of trouble, kids.



idwsj said...

I love reading round-ups! It's like having someone do your browsing for you :)

cheers for the link hehe

lawschoolninja said...

Thanks for the link! I'll add you to my reader and my blawgroll. I just love reading blawgs!! :)

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