That's nuts. It's Law FFS, there's nothing you can't learn and be assessed on that can't be done on line.fonzeee wrote:LawUncleFB wrote:WTF???? What are you studying?fonzeee wrote:In a weird way I kind of did...my classes were made all pass/fail (i.e. write in complete sentences and you're good), I avoided having to perform slave labor for pennies on the dollar as would be expected of a typical legal intern but it likely won't negatively affect my CV as not having a gig in the summer normally would, leaving me the opportunity to work at the local supermarket a block from my house (where we've been getting an extra $2 an hour since we're what their PSAs refer to as "heroes" -- almost the amount I'd be making as an intern), a gig far less time and brain-consuming, allowing me plenty of needed R&R to do whatever I like and get smashed on an almost nightly basis.
Plus, I got an amazing deal on an apartment, going from the tenement I reside in now to a balcony on the 7th floor near the middle of a big-but-not-too-big part of the city, for only a few hundred dollars more.
If only the f**king gym was open...
Apparently the idea started on reddit and just a few weeks later managed to be adopted by every law school in the country.
M'lady is studying to be a pharmacist...she was not so lucky. Despite half of her classes involving hands-on lab work, everything was basically kept the same grading-wise; real dick move by the STEM autists that run her university tbh. On the other hand though she and her friends had the last laugh as they basically took their exams together on conference call
Is that every law school in the US? I can't comprehend this.