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Con Law Down

Well, Con Laws over. It wasn't fun. There's probably something to say about it, but I do have a solid policy of not discussing exams until well after they're over, if at all.

That said: that 150-some page binder, nicely tabbed, with my outline? Useless.

One day, eight hours to Crim Law. I'm tired enough to drop. Why did they have to schedule the most brutal of the exams first?


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Done is good. That's all I have to say. My personal theory is that the exams are scheduled in rough order of 'give a s**t-ness'). Which is also, unfortunately, rough order of difficulty.
[Update: I've currently removed two comments from 'Kellie', who purports to be a student at Chapman Law School. I've done this because in the URL field of her post, she seemed to link to a porn site. She's welcome to re-enter her posts, so long as she doesn't do this in the future. As it is, I'm not certain what's going on here. Obviously, I don't want links from my site to a porn site. On the other hand, I'm not sure if I'm deleting a real person's posts or some very clever comment spam. Strange.]
dude... I posted part of my con law outline at www.dikigoros.net--had I known you were taking it today, I would've sent you the link last night!
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