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Surviving Law School?

I am about 1.5 weeks in to my Law School Career and the one thing I have certainly learned is that this is a survival game.  Yes I know, they say “do your reading, your briefs, and your outlines and you will do well!”, but it’s BS.  You have to do those, endure your droning classmates who thrive off being heard in class, read the supplements for your classes, find time for the daily duties you owe to yourself (eat, sleep, shower), and survive the stress from all of this.  Boiling it all down to first year just being a survival game.  Who can survive all this and still coherantly take their final?

All this work makes a lot of us think about how awesome it would be if we weren’t here… I’m not going to be dropping out, but for those who have figured out that this is one game they don’t want to play, here’s a list of famous law school drop outs.  In other words, if this isn’t the palce for you, you can still be successful.  Enjoy!

Famous law school dropouts!

  • President Lyndon Johnson
  • President William McKinley
  • President Franklin Roosevelt
  • President Theodore Roosevelt
  • President Harry Truman
  • President Woodrow Wilson
  • Almost-President Al Gore
  • Martin Luther
  • Harper Lee (To Kill a Mockingbird)
  • Steve Jackson (of Steve Jackson Games)
  • Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
  • Ray Manzarek of The Doors
  • Limited founder and richest man in Columbus Les Wexner (apparently an Ohio State law school dropout)
  • Carly Fiorina (Former HP Chairman and CEO)
  • Donald Rumsfeld
  • Karl Marx
  • Novelist/murderer Michael Peterson

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  1. […] Like I said a few days ago, I have no actually abandoned the blog, just been really busy.  Law school has not only taken the front burner in my life right now, it has taken all my burners.  A few of you might rememeber a post I wrote last year, about 2 weeks into my first year of law school, explaining how law school just wasn’t all that great or fun.  Now, a year later, I have even more to say about it.  I had explained that first year of law school was just a survival test.  Who could make it all year and actually function well enough to take an exam.  […]