Hey guys! I am a 1L. As such, I spend most of the day sitting in (non-ergonomic) chairs, or slightly hunched over, reading the pile books on the table in front of me, or slugging said pile of books around the law school. When I get stressed, my neck and shoulders (specifically where they meet) get tense, hot, and generally angry at me. So the stress of law school PLUS all this hunched over activity is needless to say doing a number on me. I have scheduled a massage next Saturday, but I am miserable in the mean time. I have been drinking a lot of water and putting heat on it at night when I can, but it doesn't seem to be helping much. Any suggestions?
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I have recently graduated and do not need these any more. All are below retail and in good condition. If you are in the area (Which we can determine at a later point) I will arrange for you to pick them up. If you are out of the area, I will ship media mail if you pay the shipping. I accept paypal only. Thanks.
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I'm auctioning off a bunch of study guides, casebooks and the like. I just finished my first year so everything's pretty recent.
If you're interested, you can see what I have for sale here:1L Crap
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I'm selling a whole bunch of law-related books that I no longer need... If you're interested in any of them or more information, please contact me! :)Brief Books:
- Administrative Law [High Court keyed to Funk, Shapiro, and Weaver]
- Civil Procedure [Casenote keyed to Freer and Perdue]
- Contracts [High Court keyed to Farnsworth, Young and Sanger]
- Criminal Law [Casenote keyed to Dressler]
- Federal Income Taxation [High Court keyed to Klein, Bankman, and Shaviro]
- Property [Two books - High Court keyed to Dukeminier and Casenote keyed to Nelson, Stoebuck and Whitman]
- Torts [Two books each keyed to Dobbs and Hayden - One High Court, One Casenote]Misc Law Books:
- Law School for Dummies Sold
- Acing Your First Year of Law School: The Ten Steps to Success You Won't Learn in Class Pending
- Getting to Maybe: How to Excel on Law School Exams Sold
- The Law School Breakthrough: Graduate in the Top 10% of Your Class, Even if You're Not a First-Rate Student
- A Woman's Guide to Law School: Everything You Need to Know to Survive and Succeed in Law School - From Finding the Right School to Finding the Right Job Pending
- The Eight Secrets of Top Exam Performance in Law School Sold
- So You Want to Be a Lawyer: A Practical Guide to Law as a Career
- Law School Confidential: A Complete Guide to the Law School Experience - By Students. For Students Sold - Pre-Law Companion: What Law School Grads Wish They Knew Before They Started Sold - Getting Into Law School Today: The Inside Facts Every Pre-law Should Know Sold
anyone know where to get a clean copy of the constitution online? preferaly accurate? lol
I need one to take in for my Con Law final tomorrow (LAST ONE!!!!!!!)... and of course i already marked up the oe in my book. i have a handheld pocket version, but i'm afraid they'll tell be because of the annotations and other info in there with it, that's not allowed.
so, considering i'm new to this community, and it's a great distraction from con law reading... i figured i'd post a question for everyone. but here's your fair warning... it's not a particularly fun question...
how long does it take you to do your readings for class? for example... how many pages can you generally read in an hour? how long does it take you to write a case brief?
i know that every law student feels like they spend their entire life reading. but, being the slow reader i am, i think most people actually get it done much faster than i do.
anyway, that's all for now. more dumb questions later, i'm sure.
Thu, Mar. 1st, 2007, 01:48 pm
So, in the spirit of true 1L hell, has anyone else had the joy of just turning in their briefs? Ding dong, the witch is freaking dead! And just in time for spring break.... I, for one, am greatly enjoying poking my brain in an attempt to make the sludgy mass work again!
Reply to a complaint:
"Not only do I deny all the allegations in the above styled suit, I contend, with all due respect, that the plaintiff must be suffering from a condition of brown eyeballs since he is full of so much bullshit." (defendant acting pro se)
And from the court: "While the form and language of the appellant's response are less than desirable and more frank than customary, the appellant did state in short and plain terms his general denial of appellees' claims. A motion to strike the answer would have been appropriate, but none was filed."Wheat v. Eakin
, 491 So.2d 523
I'm sure it's in everyone else's Civ Pro casebook ... nevertheless:
The Court: Next witness
Ms. Olschner: Your Honor, at this time I would like to swat Mr. Buck in the head with his client's deposition.
The Court: You mean read it?
Ms. Olschner: No, sir. I mean swat him [in] the head with it. Pursuant to Rule 32, I may use the deposition "for any purpose" and that is the purpose for which I want to use it.
The Court: Well, it does say that.
The Court: There being no objection, you may proceed.
Ms. Olschner: Thank you, Judge Hanes.
(Whereupon Ms. Olschner swatted Mr. Buck in the head with a deposition.)
Mr. Buck: But Judge ...
The Court: Next witness.
Mr. Buck: We object.
The Court: Sustained. Next witness.