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Law School

When you are presenting an oral argument and it goes well—no, better than well—when you can feel in your bone marrow that you are making your case cleanly and efficiently, and making your client feel better as you do it, that’s when you know that all the struggling through procedural arcana and breach-of-contract math will eventually bring you to this worthy place.

    TAGS:  breach-of-contract, law school

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes :: bakerina

Bronwyn’s relief at being assigned to write an appellate brief on behalf of the good guys evaporated quickly when she realized that said good guys did not have the law on their side, and the odds of her winning the case on their behalf were very, very long.Edit: While the appeal itself is fictional, the relief, and the ensuing dread, are not.

    TAGS:  Bronwyn, appellate brief, law school, good guys

Machine :: bakerina

I am an appellate-brief-drafting machine; watch my smoke.

    TAGS:  college life, law school

Ex Parte :: Keith

Mitchell never went to law school and never stopped believing ex parte meant "last night's party."

    TAGS:  party, ex parte, law school, Mitchell


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