Anonymous said: Congrats on graduating and good luck on the bar! If you don't mine me asking, where did you go to law school and did you like it?
Thanks friend! And sorry, I do not like to share where I go to school… only because it is a small state and one of the only schools in the state. and I have just enough people following me who I don’t know (but love all the same!) that I do not like to give away my location on the internet. I did like it though! It was a small school and I liked the environment very much.
theunusualforever said: Hope it's not too late to say this but good luck!
It’s never too late! I still have one more day to go. And thanks friend! I need it!
and you info dumped everything you know about commercial paper.
me continuing to study for the bar… 10 hours before the bar.
May Beysus be with you.
You got this.
Anonymous said: So, I took the LSAT. Again. And I got a 149. Again. My Gpa sucks. 2.6 I think. Fairly sure the shools I applied to laughed as they sent those "we regret to inform you" letters to me. My question is, do I give up now? Or when I get a 149 for the Third time and blow a shit ton more cash?
Anonymous said: What kind of law did you study?
- Constitutional Law
- Criminal Law
- Criminal Procedure
- Real Property
- Commercial Paper
- Conflicts of Law
- Family Law
- Federal Jurisdiction and Procedure
- Secured Transactions
- Wills, and
But after Wednesday, the bar exam will be over and in that case, my focus is criminal.
No pencil sharpeners allowed in the bar… Challenge accepted!
So…. 90 year old women can give birth.
Am I safe to assume once a woman dies she can no longer give birth?
…or could she be walking down the street when a cat runs into the road three towns over, causes a car accident, a child sees the accident and is so emotionally distressed that he drops his icecream cone, an investor slips on it, breaks his leg, a neighbor calls an ambulance, because of a fallen tree on the main road, the ambulance has to take a longer route to the hospital, it collides with a truck carrying explosives or something equally as inherently dangerous, a stick of dynamite falls out, rolls to the woman’s feet, she bends town to pick it up and when she is not looking some movers drop an air conditioner from 5 stories up, killing her instantly, but the doctor’s keep her alive to incubate her body for the 2 month old fetus and then 7 and 1/2 months after she dies, she gives birth to another child…. which violates the rule of perpetuities?