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Just wondering, if one is interested in playing a musical instrument during law school for recreation, stress relief, opportunities for small scale performance, etc, are there at any law schools:
1. Internal music groups. I.E do any law schools have jazz bands, rock bands, string quartets, etc that students participate in?
2. Opportunities to participate in general university music opportunities if there are no law school specific opportunities. For instance, can you participate in the undergrad music ensembles, take lessons or cross-register at the music school?
Would appreciate any insights.
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Possibly. If not, I'm sure you could try organizing one.
I imagine this is entirely school-dependent, but scheduling would be very difficult, especially during 1L.
Obligatory note: This shouldn't even enter into the equation when choosing a school. If you want to play music on the side, you can make your own opportunities for that. You don't need to have a school that provides specific outlets for your art.
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I highly recommend playing around some (we used to meet like once every two weeks to just chill and jam). Don't make a daily event out of it, as you really need time to study, but taking an hour or two a week to relax and play with some folks is totally fine and you'll find people at any shcools.
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