Sunday, October 15, 2006

Good Ol' Merriam-Webster


Pronunciation: 'mi-z&-rE

1. A constant emotional state in law school. Especially when writing a lengthy open memo over the weekend.

2. Not going out on a Saturday night because you have to work on a lengthy open memo. Waking up the next morning and not watching any Sunday football because you are so far behind on the memo.

Maybe slacking and getting a bad start is not always a good idea. Am I bitter? You bet.


Pronunciation: 'hel
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English

1. a synonym for law school.

2. A subject of much scholarship to whether this place is actually better than law school. Most scholars find this subject highly debatable. (more to come in a following post)

I find the subject of law school interesting and am excited to be a lawyer, but the working conditions demanded border on inhumane.


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