February 1 of a student’s first year is, statistically, the most depressing day in law school. With that backdrop in mind, I, as a first year student in the midst of the (objectively) unhappiest period of law school, have some thoughts.
A) U.S. News and World Report offers some advice on deciding between two great law schools and taking the LSAT for the third time.
B) Why do law school professors take an eternity (a few weeks) to grade final exams? Above the Law gets the answer straight from the horse’s mouth.
C) Don’t use overly flowery descriptions in your personal statement, you obliviously verbose muttonhead. jdMission
D) The U.S. government thinks courts aren’t able to order top secret documents unsealed for evidence. The Intercept
E) Louis CK’s monologue in Saturday Night Live’s season finale was hilarious… and offensive. Hollywood Reporter