This Friday I’ll be visiting Quinnipiac’s law school for their accepted student day. If it’s at all possible for me to pull off I’ll be trying to blog throughout the weekend. However, short of that, I’ll write up a massive blog post for everyone, and of course another law school review for here as well. Of course, you can always follow my tweets, and I can promise I’ll be actively tweeting about the experience of being in Connecticut for four days. It should be amusing, especially since I’ll be flying into the smallest airport I’ve ever flown into and on the smallest plane I’ve ever flown on too.
Quinnipiac’s accepted student day is Saturday and exactly a week after that I’ll be visiting Elon’s accepted student day as well. So hopefully I’ll have a final choice for law school within a week or two of those events. If you haven’t already, don’t forget to finish your FASFA for law school too. Another instance where schools run out of money the longer you wait. For law school it’s remarkably simple. You’re now an independent student so you don’t have to bother with all the parental information, making it a very smooth process.
For Quinnipiac’s Accepted Student Day there’s also a required case to read. I’m going to take this as a chance to experiment with briefing a case, something huge in law school. It’s only a two page case, but I figure it can’t hurt to get in a little practice with the concept and see how it turns out on Saturday. I’ll post the case and my briefing of it on here shortly. Like always I’ll also post a new law school review of Quinnipiac as well as a separate post on how accepted student days differ from my experience at Elon’s open house.
Stay tuned throughout the week and especially this weekend. I’m hoping to have at least double my normal amount of posts in the coming week and a decent number of photos too.