Law school: putting the labor in Labor Day

Posted by T. Greg Doucette on Sep 5, 2011 in The 3L Life | Subscribe

I’ve officially concluded that the course load I signed up for this semester was, in fact, insane :crack:

Scarcely two weeks in to my 3L Fall semester at NCCU Law and I’ve already burned an extended weekend getting caught up on reading for classes. I took some time on Saturday to clean up the apartment1 and enjoy some Wolfpack football, but otherwise have been steadily immersed in my Tax and Sales books.

And the sad part is I’m technically not even caught up yet: I wasn’t able to get my Employment Discrimination textbook until this weekend, I’ve saved ConLaw II reading for tomorrow in between classes, and I’ve got Sales practice problems to knock out somewhere along the way.2 :beatup:

But on the upside (and on a totally unrelated note), either today or tomorrow law:/dev/null should hit its 1,000,000th pageview! So I’ll have another Site Stats entry to queue up later in the week :D

That’s it from me, I’m heading to bed so I can get up for the 8:30am Tax class — have a good night y’all! :)

  1. In what has quickly gone from a bi/tri-weekly ritual to a weekly one, solely to keep the results of Samson’s shedding from growing out of control :beatup: []
  2. And that’s not even getting into the fact I’m behind on SBA work, which in light of my recent and not-so-recent history is almost more annoying than being behind academically… []

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Sep 6, 2011 at 12:54 PM

I’ve got an idea, my allotment for the week. Couldn’t those activities be documented for work study credit on law practice management and how to keep a lot of balls in the air at one time? Seems like there should be a way to get some kind of credit for it.

Sep 6, 2011 at 4:49 PM

Ah, the busyness of 3L. I must admit, I never got that “bored to death” treatment. I was always insanely busy. Good luck this year!

Sep 20, 2011 at 10:39 PM

Thanks Amanda! :D

@Tango3: You know, that’s a really good idea. idk if I can get it passed, but it’s certainly worth trying (I mean people already get credit for law review, moot court, and trial advocacy…)


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