Russell Brunelle (russellb) wrote,
Russell Brunelle

One old tradition which still holds

A lot has changed about the law school experience since the era of The Paper Chase: the Socratic Method is no longer used abusively, rote memorization is only rarely required, Westlaw spares everyone hours in the library photocopying cases, and word processing spares everyone the pain of rewriting an entire outline just to re-organize it.

But one tradition still holds: professors are still applauded at the end of their last class.

Anyway... I turned in my Basic Legal Studies paper this morning, and over the next ten days will be doing essentially nothing but studying for my final exam in torts, and my mid-term exams in property and civil procedure. I'll probably make a bunch of little posts to this journal as I go, hopefully of general interest.
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