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Schedule changes and supplements

So I had to cancel my order for a supplement through Amazon because it didn’t appear that it was in stock for them and it was taking way too long to ship. 128 more words

Journey Through 2L

Law School Philosophy

In light of the start of my law school experience, I have been thinking more and more about what these three years will mean to me and what I want to get out of them. 206 more words


Which students belong in law school? Law prof offers an answer

By Debra Cassens Weiss
ABA Law Journal
Aug 20, 2014, 07:05 am CDT

The need has never been greater for “idealistic, wise and ethical” lawyers to help resolve legal questions about issues ranging from the need for gun restrictions to the proper construction of the Constitution. 256 more words


Mere Equity You Slippery Creature

Wasn’t my words.

Mere equity was described in Ruthol v Mills as a “slippery creature“. I usually don’t like sticking labels on things I don’t fully know- but I will have to agree on this one. 279 more words


My Summer: Visiting the Emigrant to the Immigration Department

On Thursday the 15th of May 2014, I walked out of Simmonscourt in the RDS at 2pm and I was absolutely exhausted. After a gruelling exam session I was finally free and the summer stretched out in front of me. 1,094 more words

Law Student

The Case for Lawyers

I took a class last semester called “Introduction to Representing Clients.” It was all about talking to clients, counseling them, negotiation tactics, conflicts of interests, and how to avoid or get out of complicated situations when representing someone. 490 more words


Remaining Neutral

One of the most important skills a law student gains is learning how to remain neutral. In order to best represent your client, you can’t be biased toward his side; it clouds your judgment and decreases your chances of anticipating the other side’s argument. 59 more words