Happy holidays, everyone! Today’s special episode tackles a number of issues about being in law school and being a lawyer.
First, however, we begin with an update on the Trump administration’s efforts to restrict the reproductive rights of young women in federal custody first discussed in Episode 117.
In the main segment, Andrew solicits some advice from some lawyer and law student friends-of-the-show and tries to answer some of your most recurring questions like “Should I go to law school?” “If so, where?” “What’s it like?” “Will I like being a lawyer?” and so forth. If you’ve ever dreamed about sitting in the chair opposite Thomas, this is the show for you!
Finally, we end with the answer to Thomas TakeS The Bar Exam question #55 about water damage to a boat. Don’t forget to following our Twitter feed (@Openargs) and like our Facebook Page so that you too can play along with #TTTBE!
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Show Notes & Links
- We broke down Jane Doe v. Wright in Episode 117.
- You can read the government’s stay application in Hargan v. Garza by clicking here, and the court’s Order here.
- Resources for law students include the National Association of Law Placement’s 2017 research, the in-depth reports put out by Law School Transparency, the somewhat off-color “Law School Sewage Pit Profiles” site, and the ATL report on cheapest law schools in the country.
- Finally, if you’re dying to know what a scorpion bowl is, you can check out the Kong’s website. It’s a Harvard institution!
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