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I have a fiction story due in a week for undergrad. I decided to write a short story on law school, and since I'm supposed to show what it is really like, I would like some horribly bad gunner stories. Something that a non future LS student could find humor in. Help a lazy writer out?
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One of my favorites is using a quill and ink in class. I would also recommend sending all correspondence with a melted seal with a stamp of your face on it. Use this method to correspond w/ your professors instead of email and insist in your letter that a professor drop a return letter in your mailbox.
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I especially liked these:
Read all of the professor's law review articles. During class, argue with the professor about why his thesis in each of them was completely wrong.
Make a 500 page outline. Tell everyone about it, and make it known that you're not going to share it and are terrified it will be stolen.
Keep a chart estimating each of your classmate's odds of being in the top 10%. Make it roughly the size of a seating chart and update it whenever someone talks in class.