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February 14, 2009

Happy to have more review/advice meetings ... and eager for more law school commentary

In addition to thanking everyone who stopped by recently, I wanted to express my willingness to continue meeting with students individually (or in groups) through the semester. 

In the next few weeks, law school life really starts to speed up for 1Ls at Moritz.  In addition to having legal writing papers due, you need to start thinking about journals and other possible major activities during your next two years in law school.  Also, course selection materials come out and require you to start thinking about how you want to plan your upper-level program.  And, of course, you have your Contracts final before Spring Break and all your other finals not too long thereafter.

I am always happy to talk with students about any or all of these realities (and also about exam performance and job hunting and related concerns).  And, I am also eager to have students use the comments to this post to comment on their latest feeling and concerns as the 1L year at Moritz heads into the home stretch.

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Busy is an understatement. Despite spending lot of time last semester complaining about how there was little feedback on performance, I'm spending much of this semester wishing I could go back. Back to a time when the only concern was the impending exam doom. Now, exams seem almost secondary to memos, briefs, and finding a summer job. I can only imagine what next fall will be like with App. Ad.

Posted by: BrandonH | Apr 3, 2009 6:12:27 PM

This is off topic, however I would like to thank you for your insistence in making us use the ORC. I am working as a law clerk at Delaware County Prosecutor, and because of my ORC knowledge I am able to wipe the floor with the 3L law clerk here in using the ORC.

SO thanks!

Posted by: craig | May 20, 2009 9:42:57 AM

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