Sunday, March 21, 2010

Law School Roundup #217

Welcome to Law School Roundup #217:

It has been a trying week in the blawgosphere. To our friends out there who are grieving, struggling, or barely getting by- we're here for you. Sometimes, the pain is special. Other times, it's the normal ache of the mid-semester grind, compounded with job-search hopelessness and a dash of I'm-not-sure-I-can-do-it. You are not the only one who feels this way: I promise, we'll find a light at the end of this tunnel.

In the meantime, some company, empathy, and humor to lighten your week, from law students past, present, and aspiring:

Grey: Sometimes, it's hard to keep your chin up (Hate is Easy, Love Takes Courage)
Ditto: It's been a slow week (dogsburger)
Constant: Family. Even in the weird, sad, and awful times. (Virgin in the Volcano)
Loss: On strength and perspective (Tales of a Tree Hugging 2L)
Crackberries: A rule to live by (The Rising Jurist)
Fair Warning: Law school visits and the NCAA (Legally Questionable Content)
Not a Crook: SBA elections (UALR Law Student)
The Census: This time, it's personal (Mommy on the Floor)
Tasty: On anxiety, and bacon (Now That I'm Awake)
Class Notes: You learn something new every day. Whether you wanted to or not. (Legal Ease)
What's that? Sleep is for January. This is March. (Write and Wrong)
Bloggery: Not quite the Rosetta Stone (Luke Gilman)
Helpful: The business casual law firm (Fight the Hypo)
Journals: What free time? (New Kid on the Hallway)

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. Or email me anyway. Even if you're bored in class. Especially if you're just hanging in there. I love emails.




legallyquestionablecontent said...

I never thank you or Evan enough for the links to my blog, so thanks!

PS - at all the ASW's I've gone to they've taken the time to show us the law review and secondary journal office. The process of putting an issue out looks terrifying.

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How public—like a Frog—
To tell one's name—the livelong June—
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