About those 1L grades…

Posted by T. Greg Doucette on Jun 20, 2013 in Randomness | Subscribe

I know it’s been a month (again), but I can’t write long tonight — flying out to Chicago in the early AM for an ABA shindig, which means I need to go to bed ASAP (pitfall of getting older :beatup: )

I’m cobbling together this quick post because I noticed while checking the law:/dev/null server logs ((We had another random surge in spam, with 600+ spammers this go-round :crack: )) that we’ve gotten about a dozen search queries on the NCCU Law academic dismissal policy.

Translation: 1L grades are out and folks are realizing whether or not they’re coming back.

For the folks who are looking, here’s a quartet of old entries I’d offer for your edification —

  1. How the dismissal policy works: TDot’s Mailbag v7.0: Legal Eagle Grading Edition (06/22/2011)
  2. The feeling of Armageddon knowing friends are gone: Spring ’10 Final Grades (or, “A 2L. For srs.”) (06/08/2010)
  3. Why the strict C is still A Good Thingâ„¢: In support of the strict C: a year later (11/12/2011)
  4. And why you will, in fact, survive: Your 1L Grades Don’t Matter (05/29/2011)

Hopefully at least some of that is worth reading :) New entry tomorrow from the Windy City! :D

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