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“I survived Prof Sales, and all I got was this lousy blawg post”

Posted by T. Greg Doucette on Nov 10, 2011 in The 3L Life

Part of my rationale for spending Halloween weekend trying to un-confuse myself in Sales was in recognition that I’d soon be on deck for questions. Prof Sales uses a straight-forward method for his Socratic selections, snaking row-by-row and plucking two 3Ls at a time for the questions. Tonight was my night.

And clearly I’m still alive :)

I wanted to knock things out of the ballpark tonight, because I’d heard through the grapevine that Prof Sales and MDG discussed my sub-standard academic performance between themselves and (rightfully) expected better from me. So as soon as ConLaw II was over I hunkered down in a cubicle and started steadily reading the UCC…

…only to realize about 5 minutes before class began that I had somehow managed to study the wrong material and nearly gave myself a heart attack. I had read everything before where we started, and read the stuff after where we started, but the stuff actually at where we started either didn’t get read or got forgotten (or a combination of the two) :beatup:

I frantically started speed-reading while my co-counsel for the class was fielding her set of questions, and after bumbling an initial answer or two (or three) once Prof Sales turned to me, I finally hit  a stride and think I got everything else right for the rest of the class.

Now I have to switch gears again and put Sales back on the backburner so I can try to catch up in Tax and Employment Discrimination… :crack:

Is it May 12th yet?

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