Wednesday, September 06, 2006

This Can't Be Right....

I don't think I'm doing this whole law school thing right.

I read for the entire week this past weekend, about 4 hours on Sunday, 4 hours on Monday. That was enough time to read and brief for the whole coming week and go back over and outline last week's notes. Now...well, I did nothing law related last night (ok, so actually I re-wrote my Con Law notes into outline format, mainly because I felt guilty for not having anything else to do.) I have a 2 hour break before a meeting I need to go to today, and I don't know what I am supposed to be doing. What is everyone else doing? Am I missing something?

Being idle scares me.

As a side note, I spied Mr. Longhorn Law when I was leaving Property today. I briefly considered introducing myself, then after considering the implicit geekiness and awkwardness of that transaction, I opted against it.



At 2:30 PM, September 06, 2006, Blogger Heather said...

I'm with you . . . I'm worried I'm doing something wrong because I feel like I'm "getting" everything, but am only spending a few hours each day (and very little, if any, on the weekend) doing homework. Everyone else seems to be spending soooo much time on it!

At 6:14 PM, September 06, 2006, Blogger Ruth said...

I hate both of you.

*reads for Conflicts*

I long for my carefree 1L days.

At 6:34 PM, September 06, 2006, Blogger Ruth said...

Re: introducing yourself to other bloggers.

Last year, I made it my goal to meet every UT blogger I linked to. I think that by the end of the year, there was only one who I hadn't met. Anyhoo, I once very geekily introduced myself to Wings&Vodka as Ruth and then immediately wished I hadn't. He never made fun of me (to my face anyway), but I was oh-so-embarrassed.

At 9:21 PM, September 06, 2006, Blogger Longhorn Law said...

Hopefully next time you'll introduce yourself. :) Enjoy the free time while you have it. You'll miss it next year.

At 7:05 AM, September 07, 2006, Blogger Hawk McGee said...

If you find it easy, that's great. Enjoy it. But remember a couple of things:
1) it ain't rocket science.
2) there's a slight chance that the material will get a bit trickier after the first introductory classes, but really, in some classes, it just won't (See above).

I like knowing who the other bloggers are, though I don't necessarily like them knowing who I am. 'cuz my posts are lame. So I found it a bit disconcerting when Ruth tracked me down and gave me the 'alternative interrogation' to make me confess to my alter ego.

At 9:07 AM, September 07, 2006, Blogger Ex.Coll.Blog said...

I only know who a couple of other bloggers are but only because I am the worst detective imaginable. I think most of the people who read my blog know who I am, but my attempts at being anonymous were half-assed at best.

I do know that I've never met Ruth (at least not knowingly).

At 3:55 PM, September 07, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Umm, those people who either look like they're studying all the time or claim to be are either total liars, or totally inefficient. Either way, you win. Already sounds like you're doing way more than I ever did in law school and I thought I was anal.

At 1:15 AM, September 09, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're allowed to read on the weekends? Damn. So that's why my Torts grade sucked so bad.


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