Ever thought about how you’d approach law school if given the opportunity with the knowledge you possess today? That’s the focus of Wish I Would Have Known, a blog for law students and by law students. Updates vary in length, but are almost always offering some insight that could be of value to the prospective 1L.
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we've had a few responses to our questions post so far. these are my responses...as always, i don't promise that they're right, but i do promise they reflect what i've learned from my experiences in law school.**first, MEK asked:I'm going to a 4th tier law school and just completed my first...
Lawyer/Mommy/Blogger extraordinaire Lag Liv posted her thoughts on whether and under what circumstances law school is a good investment. Lag Liv is a Biglaw attorney who graduated from Chicago, and she was answering a query from a reader who got into a few top-30 law schools and who is ...
hello, everyone!it's now February. first semester grades are in, and have been for a while, and you 1Ls are starting to figure out what kinds of study and test taking tactics work for you, and which don't. second semester is getting to be in full swing. the job hunt...that's probably also in...
The following was first posted on the now-deceased blog, i.don’t.wear.skinny.jeans. By some freak of the blogosphere, I found this post and secured the author's permission to re-post it. Enjoy. I rode the crazy train during my first year of law school as much as anybody. ...
Re-posted with permission from Like Falling Off a Blawg, by Shan. 1. You are super excited to hand in your memo and be done with it. Until you realize it means you have to prepare for exams.2. You feel a surge of energy as you begin to prepare your outlines. Until you discover your first exam...
Re-posted with permission from Like Falling Off a Blawg, by Shan. I remember feeling #9 every semester...1. Even the nicest girl in school can piss you off by doing nothing wrong at all. 2. Little noises (like my friend's computer fan which whirrrrrrr whirrr whirrrs constantly all through...
Note: At the request of Butterflyfish, I've reposted this from my blog.Hi Litigation God, it's me, Namby.We haven't talked in a while since you've banished me to a sea of paperwork. It's not that I blame you for my lot in life; but it would be nice if every once in a while you smiled in my general...
A reader asked: I am planning on attending law school as a 1L in the fall but I just found out I am pregnant and would be due in October of my first year. I am now discouraged. When I saw your blog I was encouraged. I was wondering if you had children while in law school and how you managed...
This video has been making the blawgosphere rounds, so I thought it should make an appearance here as well.