romothesavior wrote:disco_barred wrote:
People's exhibit A
Disco, you seem like you're a pretty knowledgeable guy who knows his shit when it comes to law school, study habits, exams, etc. I've found your posts to be very informative and helpful, and I'm sure I'll put some of your advice to use next year.
But at the same time, you need to come down from your high horse and stop acting like the czar of law school success. There are different strokes for different folks, especially when it comes to succeeding in LS. I know a few people who never took notes in undergrad and they don't take many notes in LS either, and they're all doing quite well. And TLS is full of all sorts of conflicting advice for success in law school, and some strategies work for some people and others work for other people.
I guess what I'm trying to say is that I have greatly appreciated your insights and advice on law school success, but I think we could all use without the arrogance and the "I-know-more-than-you" attitude.
If you're criticizing in a general way, I'll take it to heart - the law school process is a swirling mess nobody can claim to have completely figured out. It is not my intention to come across as arrogant or all-knowing in any situation (snarky is another matter).
If you're criticizing this post, I don't think I need to defend calling out a poster who spent the past 3 months talking about how his/her shit didn't stink, blaming others for shortcomings, plastering TLS with bravado about transferring, and claiming that TCR to studying was making recordings of lectures then outsourcing transcripts of them. I wasn't calling that stupid or inferior, I was quoting it because it was down right farcical
But modesty is one of the few always credited traits in life, and I apologize if my conduct in this thread or others has seemed lacking in it. To the extent I have failed in that regard, I'll try to do better going forward.