Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Laziness.

Why I ever took pre-trial advocacy is really a mystery to me. Drafting a complaint, answer, 2 sets of interrogatories and requests to produce, 2 answers to interrogatories and requests to produce, a Summary Disposition Motion and a Response to a Summary Disposition Motion. And, as an added bonus; not 1, not 2, not 3, but 4 depositions taken in front of my peers and the opprotunity to argue 2 Summary Disposition Motions in front of my peers.

For someone who attended their Criminal Procedure II class once this all seems a bit intense, so needless to say, I'm cutting corners wherever I can. Today my first interrogatories are due. The "case" is in Federal Court so I'm limited to 25 interrogatories. I decided to stay well within the rules and submit 18.

Yet another reason 3L is better than 1L.

3 comments:

lalagigi said...

it would be interesting to know how you worked out going to crim pro once

as in, in previous classes, especially your first year, did you create a system/test to see just how much you could get away with and weren't you scared of the consequences?

lol

Elle Woods said...

I found out attendance wasn't taken and I stopped going.

I'm fairly certain my law school doesn't flunk anyone.

Plus after the previous term I'd missed a month of class for mono (after I'd exhausted all my absences) I was fairly certain I could do well without being there.

LawNut said...

Rsh - thanks for the heads up, don't think I'll be taking pre-trial advo!!! I'm all about less work, lots of praise.... :-)