Tuesday, February 13, 2007

LawSchoolMom Wisdom #176

If your Constitutional Law professor stops you in the law school forum and tells you that you were "brilliant in Con Law, today" you will not tell your professor that the reason you were so brilliant is because you already covered the case at issue in your seminar class weeks before. Instead, you shall allow your Constitutional Law professor to bask in your brilliance, you shall thank him for his praise, and you shall be very grateful that he sees fit to give you a "pass" in his Administrative Law class (since you didn't do all the reading anyway).

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