Monday, April 14, 2008

On a positive note

I don't like that "negative" material is the top post of this blog right now.

Because I enjoy law school.

I love how it has changed the way I approach problem solving.

I love that it is been as intellectually stimulating as I had hoped.

I love writing exams. I do. When I am well prepared, exams are fun.

(Its the being well prepared part that's getting to me now.)

3 comments:

Life, the universe, and law school said...

This post comes at a really opportune time. I've been skimming blogs this morning, and it seems like every one I land in has a recent entry about being pushed into law school by parents or going because they didn't know what else to do and it staved off the real world for another three years.

These folks are miserable in their professions and feel like indentured servants to their law school loans.

I don't want to be that person in three years. I am so excited about school, but I was starting to feel like the kid with the dumb haircut on the first day of class. (what did all these wiser 3Ls and attorneys know that I didn't?)

Thanks for the optimistic note!

Butterflyfish said...

If you read my other blog, when I write about law school itself I am about 85% optimistic. The job hunt, certain classes, and occasionally law review get some of my ire.

Anonymous said...

yes. Law school exams are fun. Like stabbing-yourself-in-the-eye kind of way. Fun for the whole family!