Question for all law school students for a newspaper article

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Re: Question for all law school students for a newspaper article

Postby ResolutePear » Mon Nov 08, 2010 12:00 am

Lonagan wrote:
Kohinoor wrote:
Lonagan wrote:My complaint is not that we are forced to use industry standard methods and resources. It's the way they are taught, and the interests and incentives in place for those doing the "teaching". BTW, none of what I wrote is intended to be a slam on the actual people involved at my school. The Lexis and Westlaw reps are really nice, smart, etc. My LRW instructors are awesome. They are just in a stupid and ineffective system and it's really hard for people in broken systems to overcome them.

I mean, do you feel teaching would be better if it were taught by a neutral party?


I do.


So you'd skip out on Yale for their overt liberal views?

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Re: Question for all law school students for a newspaper article

Postby gwuorbust » Mon Nov 08, 2010 12:04 am

ResolutePear wrote:
So you'd skip out on Yale for their overt liberal views?


We all know Yale is TTT...

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Re: Question for all law school students for a newspaper article

Postby Lonagan » Mon Nov 08, 2010 12:18 am

ResolutePear wrote:
Lonagan wrote:
Kohinoor wrote:
Lonagan wrote:My complaint is not that we are forced to use industry standard methods and resources. It's the way they are taught, and the interests and incentives in place for those doing the "teaching". BTW, none of what I wrote is intended to be a slam on the actual people involved at my school. The Lexis and Westlaw reps are really nice, smart, etc. My LRW instructors are awesome. They are just in a stupid and ineffective system and it's really hard for people in broken systems to overcome them.

I mean, do you feel teaching would be better if it were taught by a neutral party?


I do.


So you'd skip out on Yale for their overt liberal views?


I will take non-sequiturs for $300, Alex.

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Re: Question for all law school students for a newspaper article

Postby ResolutePear » Mon Nov 08, 2010 12:27 am

gwuorbust wrote:
ResolutePear wrote:
So you'd skip out on Yale for their overt liberal views?


We all know Yale is TTT...


...would you do it for a SCooley Snack?




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