Monday, September 20, 2010

Law School Roundup #241

Welcome to this week's collection of posts from law students current, aspiring, and recovering.
Without further ado:

Plinko:
The tracks of life (The JE Guide to Life)

Doncha Know: On passive-aggression, and Minnesotans (Surviving Law School as a Single Mom)

Numbers: Money and law school rankings (Really? Law?)

Why? Law school applications and the Onion (Law is Cool)

Americana: And they say life's not just a day at the fair. (A Fairly Typical Account)

Sick and Tired: Other people's competency is appalling (Paralegal Hell)

Intense: Sitting in on your first murder trial (JD? Maybe)

Running: A warning to the youth of America (oh hay its kk)

Lessons: Reflecting on the first few weeks of law school (Legally Questionable Content)

Getting to Know You: Personalities in the Contracts class (Like Falling off a Blawg)

Look for next week's roundup at the Beyond the Underground, and then back here again in 2 weeks. Happy reading!

Kisses,

NB

2 comments:

Paralegal Hell said...

Can I suggest my recent post to ANY future lawyers who are under the delusion that when they get the JD behind their name, it does not give them the right to belittle anyone.
If they do, they just may get bitch slapped in front of their peers.

like that said...

i like your blog
go on

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How public—like a Frog—
To tell one's name—the livelong June—
To an admiring Bog!
-- Emily Dickinson