Resolutions v. Game Plans, 123 Concordia 456 (Boise 2017).
Last week, January 27, 2017, was the annual spring career fair here at Concordia Law. The career fair is an excellent opportunity for students to meet some of the practicing attorneys and agencies around the Treasure Valley including the Ada County Prosecutors Office, Ada County Public Defenders, Fisher Rainey Hudson, St. Luke’s Health System, and many more. This opportunity is open for all students.
It’s Christmas Eve and I’m curled up on the couch with my new study buddy sleeping close by. I have a new puppy to be my partner in crime… er law.
Finals seem far away now, looking back from two weeks into break. Studying and exams were grueling and I have never been so stressed. The stress manifested both mentally and physically and I felt incredibly relieved when I turned in my last exam. I now await the posting of final grades.
When Motivation Wanes
I’m coming to you from the lull between midterms and finals. Midterm grades are in and I managed to pass all the exams. I am learning what taking tests in law school is like. Challenging. Knowing your professors is key and studying with all of the resources available helps create a path to success. I still suspect there is a bit of luck involved though.
Vacation Time—Make it Worthwhile
Study Jams, Coffee Shops, and Netflix
Growing in Law School
I started law school a little over two years ago. All I can say is that I did not have a clue about what I was getting myself into. I had just finished undergrad, and I thought I was on top of the world. I believed law school was going to be easy. I thought it was going to be just like undergrad, but, for anyone in law school would know—I was wrong.