Well things are finally slowing down here a bit in Connecticut. I’ve settled into my place and I’m pretty happy with the living arrangement. I’m about half a mile from campus and the place is pretty spacious. My textbooks are slowly trickling in and if you haven’t ordered yours definitely go ahead and get them ASAP.
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Well, today I move to Connecticut. It’s about a twelve hour drive from Charlotte, NC to Hamden, CT and I’ve decided to do it all in one go. It’ll be a full day on the road but then it’ll be done. I’ve also decided to forego a UHaul and simply load as much as I can into my Honda Accord. It’s light packing for sure, but I figure what do I need other than textbooks, clothes, and a laptop in law school?
I’ll be sure to post pictures of Quinnipiac’s gorgeous campus after I get settled. It’s been a crazy week of trying to get everything in order and I’m sure it’ll be a whirlwind between now and the two weeks until orientation and the beginning of classes.
So apparently the bar exam can kill you. Well, nearly kill you, but still. Now you know.
Above the Law Bar Exam Stories.
So I was over at Legal Rabbit the other day reading up on pens and general law school supplies. Well, I was searching Amazon about ten seconds later for pens. I grabbed a couple of favorites and some with great reviews and here’s my own pen review for you.
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Well, after sitting down with my law school schedule I’ve decided I’m going to TRY and stick to a nice schedule. Doing so will allow me to always get things done on time and hopefully a set schedule will keep my energy high throughout the year. I’ve based this off of a lot of law student advice over at Top-Law-Schools. They have dozens of law student guides to doing well your 1L year. Continue reading
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We all know the legal industry is a hard nut to crack into, but there’s not always bleak news. Lawyers were recently ranked #5 in the country for best paid jobs. Unfortunately, the data uses averages and not a median to determine the positions. I’d like to see a more accurate picture but still not bad news.