More Tales from the 1L Underbelly

by Christopher Wright November 19, 2009 Law School

A post in which Chris talks for a long time about Midterms, Study Groups, Outlines, and the large amounts of Drama in law school.

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Is Your Law School Tuition Being Wasted?

by Adam Vella June 16, 2009 Law School

Another law student I know recently showed me some random pictures from his school and I couldn’t help but notice a few things. 1.  The room the picture was taken in looked very very professional.  I hadn’t seen many corporate offices that nice. 2.  All the chairs were the same Herman-Miller Aeron brand models. My […]

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NYU Law Revue: We Didn’t Hear The Question

by Joshua Auriemma March 11, 2009 The Lighter Side

For those of you who haven’t been exposed to the NYU Law Revue yet, this is a good ice-breaker.  I could deal without the exceptionally long credit intro, but the rest of it is exceptionally amusing because unfortunately it’s true. We Didn’t Hear The Question sung to the tune of Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start […]

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Top 6 Most Ridiculous Depositions

by Joshua Auriemma September 10, 2008 The Lighter Side

I can’t take credit for the idea behind this post. My awesome civ pro / con law professor / research adviser devoted the end of a civ pro class to watching some of these crazy depositions while we were studying discovery rules. Without further adieu, I give you the Top 6 Most Amusing Depositions. 6. […]

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Ghost of a Case

by Joshua Auriemma April 23, 2008 The Lighter Side

I’m going to write one of the best case excerpts you’ve ever read.  Case: Stambovsky v. Ackley, 169 A.D.2d 254 (N.Y. App. Div. 1st Dep’t 1991) Judges: Rubin, J. Ross and Kassal, JJ., concur with Rubin, J.; Milonas, J. P., and Smith, J., dissent in an opinion by Smith, J.  Facts: ? bought a house from ?, […]

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