BACK IN THE DAY WHEN LAW SCHOOL WAS REALLY TOUGH

November 3, 2011 § 2 Comments

Law school ground you down, eh?  Con Law especially rugged?  Took you a while to get back on your feet? 

Well, you only thought you had it tough. Take a look at this sad tale of an overzealous law student from the Chicago Tribune’s June 8, 1900, edition.

“CONSTITUTIONAL LAW!” he shouted. Indeed. If that had been me, I would have yelled “REAL PROPERTY” and swooned dead away.

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Thanks to The Law Life.

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§ 2 Responses to BACK IN THE DAY WHEN LAW SCHOOL WAS REALLY TOUGH

  • Anderson says:

    And that was *before* the Warren Court. How hard could con law have been? 😉

    … This VC thread discusses the same item and includes some diagnosing by putatively knowledgeable commenters.

    • Larry says:

      My nominee for the most insightful comment on Volokh … “Con Law exams must be lethal stuff. Everyone who took the exam with him is now dead!”

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