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Wed, Mar. 14th, 2007, 12:02 pm
moonshine5:

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.

Fri, Mar. 16th, 2007 02:39 pm (UTC)
kristynlee

I can usually do about 20-25 pages in an hour, including note-taking, case briefing, and book briefing/highlighting... hope that helps...

And, btw, that was not even a remotely dumb question! I think a lot of us are curious as to how we "compare" (not quite the right word, but I can't think of a more appropriate one with my sleep-deprived brain) to our peers at other schools.