engineer wrote:annapavlova wrote:People who came to law school on a whim at the last minute because they hated their jobs, but don't really have a general interest or passion for the law.
Also, people who come to law school with no knowledge of politics or how the government works generally, so in con law, they ask stupid questions.
Outlining for con law.
or, 1Ls who think they know everything about the government, how it works, and like to point out their intellectual supremacy by chiding those whose undergraduate careers did not teach them the federal court hierarchy.
Using that extreme does not serve your argument.
You shouldn't be taught in law school who Ken Starr is and whether Ginsburg is liberal or conservative - you should know this by living in the world and having adequate observation skills. I would like someone to know that there are distinct Articles and Amendments to the Constitution BEFORE attending higher(est). It's sad.