Not really. Taking bar classes for the credits. Although my Wrongful Convictions seminar is pretty cool.
Con Law II, eh? Have fun listening to people argue about abortion! Unless you have a good professor, that is.
nah my prof seems all kinds of awful so it's probably going to be a long semester. Are you basically checked out already as a 3L?
I have gone to a local bar before my late afternoon classes more times during the first few weeks of this semester than I am proud to admit.
After the second year, when you do actual work at your internship (assuming you get a cool internship), it's insanely difficult to come back, read cases about partnership dissolution, and give a damn. Another two months at my internship and I'd have been fully prepared to handle a trial. But the big machine needs money (and, okay, I technically have to take Professional Responsibility), so I'm back for another year.
i would never fly in the plane that cost as much as a subaru
I almost considered buying one at about that price for logging my commercial hours. You can find great old Cessnas and Pipers with rebuild engines and all of the papers and inspections for damn decent prices. Keeping it airworthy and properly maintained, however, will cost you upwards of $10,000 per year.