Posts Tagged ‘Reading’

Coffee and Internet or the Before the Storm

August 24, 2009

Found a coffee shop. Internetz working. Huzzah.

Aside from my incredible car adventure, all is fairly calm in Law School world (at the moment). There seem to be a few burps here and there (NO idea if I have the right edition of the Civ Pro book, as the Professor has said one thing, the school another and students I’ve met said a third thing). I have a case to brief for orientation briefing instructions on Tuesday–Pennoyer v. Neff–a chapter for Civ Pro on Thursday, and some Torts / Crim law reading that I have yet to find out even though it is on a web page that I can’t figure out. Confusing times. It is tough being without a printer/internet, but I think that Orientation will clear a lot of stuff up tomorrow. In the meantime, I have bills to split with the roommate and phone calls to make.

I wish I would have more to tell people today, but I don’t. This is the calm before the storm, as such. I think that I will be in the Library tomorrow after orientation, busting ass and have a lot to blog about. I would stay here in the coffee shop, but a fairly loud group of people have decided that they would prefer to sit right next to be instead of the 20 other some odd seats all around the place. Awesome. For those few people who have already started, I have the following question for you:

If I don’t start on 1st day assignments until tomorrow (which Civ pro-due thursday, Torts/Crim due friday along with whatever civ pro assignment I’m sure I’ll get Thursday for Friday), will I have plenty of time to do them? I’d rather get orientation reading done tonight and make sure that bills are paid. Plus I’ll be able to wait until tomorrow to make sure I have correct books/handouts/assignments etc… Is 3 days enough to due a typical 1 class assignment? Also, are first day class assignments larger than your average class-load worth of reading?

Thanks in Advance! Stay Classy Internetz!

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