Sunday, April 3, 2011

6 weeks.

I graduate from Law School in six weeks. I am EXCITED! It has been a long three years, that has flown by. I love my Moscow, Idaho. I love University of Idaho. I love the inland Northwest. I am going to miss everyone so much, and at the same time I am happy to never see most of these people ever again. So much to do to get ready for the end of this final semester.

I have to finish my upper division writing paper on Genetically Modified Foods and International Treaties.

I need to do about 20 more hours in the Victims Right's Clinic.

I have to do a huge research assignment called a pathfinder. Basically I have to use as many resources in the law library and online data bases and then document my findings.

I must complete a bunch of assignments for Law Practice Management (this is my goal for tomorrow).

I need to learn and read much more for my Copyrights and Property Security classes...

And if there is anytime left over, I must work out (to look good for when i come home), hang out with all my friends and start bar preparation. The bar exam prep. time will probably be the most intense, handworking time of my life and it will go from May 15-July 26.

So I have 6 weeks left in Moscow. I am going to be a busy, social, hardworking, muscle building gal.


Rita said...

I can't believe you're almost done. I'm so proud of you. I know you're going to miss Moscow but I'm so happy you're coming home. I've missed you the past 3 years. You'll do great!

Marcia said...

A bit of advise while studying for the bar, take a break, perhaps on Sundays, from studying for the bar. It will do your brain some good. Make no mistake, you need to study hard, but I found that if I studied non-stop, things were more difficult to retain. Maren and I handled the bar classes together, and it worked for us to take Sundays off from studying.

Lastly, the first week is not as important as the rest of the summer as far as studying goes. The first week more or less teaches you about how to take the bar exam and gives you some practice MBE tests. So, unless they have changed Bar/Bri, relax a little the first week. Then study hard once the regular classes have started.