Bronck wrote:lawhopeful10 wrote:First in response to the person who said I would be the gunner people hate in class idk how since I don't plan on talking much in class especially since there is no reason too.
Second, way to make a judgment about me based on that one post, I don't think it is too outrageous to study a little during the day, I hang out with my buddies, play basketball and see my girlfriend the rest of the time like anyone else.
Finally, I write responses using things I have gleamed from LEEWS and GTM and use online outlines as the law just to get the hang of how to take tests. I have only done like 5-6 but I feel like you start to learn generally how people write them.
So yea fuck yourself clown for calling me insufferable when you don't know shit and in an online forum.
lol, keep telling yourself that
A gunner, insofar as the term is properly used as an insult, does not refer to someone who works hard to distinguish him or herself in law school. That person is acting prudently, we put a lot of money and time into law school, and effort invested at this point can pay large dividends in the future.
A gunner is one who departs from decency in order to gain an advantage in law school. Gunnerish activity would be not sharing notes with someone in your study group after their computer crashed a week before finals. It could also refer to taking resources from the library that you know others need, not for your own use, but merely to deprive others of them. Trying to better your person understanding of the law or better be able to recognize issues is definitely not gunnerish.
Think what you will about it being too early to do practice tests, and criticize lawhopeful10 for that. There's plenty of room for disagreement about what sort of 0L prep is effective or worth the time But if you're ridiculing him for trying to get an edge in law school, I dunno what your problem is.