Entries in study aids (2)
This image is from 1L first semester finals taken by Geoff and blogged at www.geoffreyhwood.com
“All you have to do is pass”
“It is pass/fail”
“You just have to get a D”
“It is minimal competency”
“You will pass”
“You will be fine”
These are a few phrases I have heard the last year regarding the bar exam. That should make a person who is being tested over sixteen subjects worth of material (from memory) feel better. If the real questions are as hard as the BarBri questions (which I am told they are not), I will be tested on an average of five concepts for one substantive area of law in a single question.
It isn’t a Contract question of “is it an offer”? It starts with a possible offer (disguised in an invitation including a specific request to a designated offeree) with detailed terms that may or may not be included in the contract, subject to a condition by the offeror, requesting acceptance by mail (Mailbox Rule applicable?), but has a deadline.
Excitement is building around the law school as the 1Ls arrive on campus to start law school orientation. I was working on a project outside the bookstore yesterday and had the opportunity to meet a few newcomers as they went inside to buy their books.
Buying law school books can be expensive; sometimes it needs to be and sometimes it doesn’t.