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A Quantitative Look at 1L Fall

Posted by T. Greg Doucette on Dec 22, 2009 in The 1L Life

I shamelessly borrowed the concept for today’s post from this entry by Miss Julie Anne Ines (aka the Blawgirl), so if you haven’t checked out her segment of the intarwebs yet, please do so now because it’s Good Stuff™ :)

As my fellow Legal Eagles and I enjoy the agonizing wait for our grades — one section got their Contracts grades back; that section was not mine :mad: — it’s easy to forget just how far we’ve gone down the road to lawyerhood (attorneydom? JDness?).

So to illustrate the point, here’s a quantitative look at the semester :D

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Number of pages read in Civil Procedure with MDG:
~238

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Number of pages read in Torts with Professor Torts:
~360

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Number of pages read in Contracts with Professor Ks:
~439

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Number of pages read in Property with the Traveling Professor:
~187

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Number of useless writing assignments in Legal Reasoning & Analysis:
11

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Number of supplements consulted:
4 (an Emanuel’s for each class)

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Number of visits to the law library since orientation:
-0- (see next item)

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Number of searches on Lexis-Nexis:
212+

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Number of Lexis-Nexis Points earned:
2,630

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Number of times overheard swearing in class at WestLaw/TWEN’s poor website coding:
7+

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Number of days waiting for grades:
12, and counting…

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Imagine where we’ll be 5 more semesters from now :)

Have a great night folks!! :D

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