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August 11, 2005

The Machiavellian Law Student

Blogger, podcaster, and general troublemaker has started a series of posts called The Machiavellian Law Student which contain exactly what the title suggests—a Machiavellian approach to success in law school. The tips so far are probably especially appropriate for 1Ls, so if that's you (or soon will be), check it out. I wish I could say that these tips are just jokes, but these strategies would probably work pretty well in many cases. I especially like this line:

Law students are easy to manipulate and gravitate towards excess.

So true. How else could we be suckered into paying $150k for three years of law school?

Posted by mowabb at August 11, 2005 02:36 PM

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Posted by: Frank Johnson at November 16, 2005 04:57 AM