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Legeeke Discussion: #7 Unrealistic Expectations

by Joshua Auriemma March 19, 2009 Legeeke

This thread is for the discussion of the Legeeke Comic #7: Unrealistic Expectations. Apart from being a semi-joking cautionary tale to the 0Ls, this strip was donated to the Public Interest Law Fund Auction at the Penn State University Dickinson School of Law.  The auction read, “have your likeness featured in a Legeeke: A Legal […]

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Legeeke Discussion: #6 Open Mouth, Insert Foot

by Joshua Auriemma February 18, 2009 Legeeke

This thread is for the discussion of the Legeeke Comic #6 Open Mouth, Insert Foot. You probably know someone who was in a similar situation.  If you were that person, don’t worry about it.  It’s not the end of the world. If there’s one thing we’ve learned after 1.5 years of law school, it’s that […]

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Legeeke Discussion: #5 Autocomplete

by Joshua Auriemma February 6, 2009 Legeeke

This thread is for the discussion of the Legeeke Comic #5 Autocomplete. The inspiration from this one is based on a true story.  When I worked at a lab at Columbia, the actual lab was upstate, but we lived on the Columbia campus, so grad students volunteered were forced to drive vans to and from […]

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Legeeke Discussion: #2 That Guy

by Joshua Auriemma January 30, 2009 Legeeke

This one needs no explanation.  We all know that guy. Some might say I’m him, but hopefully not too many.

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Legeeke Discussion: #1 Undergrads v. Law Students

by Joshua Auriemma January 28, 2009 Legeeke

  I’ve decided to launch a webcomic entitled Legeeke:  A Legal Geekery Comic.  I was lucky enough to find a great, very enthusiastic artist to work with so that you may escape my terrible drawing.  The first strip, Undergrads v. Law Students, focuses on the contention that law students are the hardest workers in any discipline.  Either way, when […]

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You Should Probably Skip Palsgraf Day

by Joshua Auriemma July 17, 2008 The Lighter Side

It wasn’t my goal to mimic xkcd (though he is awesome) — I just can’t draw.

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