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January 25, 2009

A new blog for the Moritz class of 2011

I just learned of this new blog, titled "12th and High," that appears designed to solicit comments on the law school world situated at our favorite intersection.  Here is part of one post that seems to set the tone and terms of blog coverage:

We want to hear what people have to say about their moritz experience and legal education.

We will start with issues addressed to the moritz ’11 class. We will expand to posts aimed at all moritz students and whatever else we feel like talking about. Our ideas will be posted along with posts from guest bloggers: – classmates, recent grads, and non-legal-types.

If you want to post a guest topic or have any suggestions, shoot us an email 12thandhigh@gmail.com and we might throw it on the wall. If we do not post it, we promise to read the title of your email.

No names (unless you want to disclose), just raw, honest thoughts. We will attempt to remain anonymous as authors, but after a few beers at bar review you never know what will happen.

Check it out.

January 25, 2009 in Weblogs | Permalink | Comments (3) | TrackBack

January 22, 2009

Any thoughts, reactions, comments about second semester classes?

I am curious to hear via comments (either signed or anon) what you think about your second semester classes.  Are they good things, bad things, interesting things?

It has been a while since we revised the 1L curriculum, and I continue to want to hear from my favorite 1Ls what they think about the programming they are required to complete.

January 22, 2009 in Class reflections | Permalink | Comments (7) | TrackBack

January 1, 2009

Any special predictions and/or resolutions for 2009?

A new year, a new President, a new semester of law school, a new set of classes and professors, a new set of grades for courses completed last year ... law students have so many interesting things to look forward to as we start 2009.

In addition to wanting folks to share their (law-related?) predictions and/or resolutions for 2009, I also encourage everyone to take a few minutes to look back on all the great 2008 reflections to be found in the comments to these recent posts:

January 1, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Comments (3) | TrackBack