With spring upon us, its time for 1Ls to begin making decisions about school next year: housing, clinics, externships, scheduling, classes to take/avoid, EIP/OCI, allowable exceptions to the dormant commerce clause, etc. In the interest of making those decisions (at least somewhat) informed, pose any questions you might have as comments to this post and, voila, sit back and watch as knowledgeable 2Ls and 3Ls reply.
2008-09 ACS Chapter Leadership
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- ACS Board Elections
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- Reclaiming Our Progressive Constitition
- Is the Race (Problem in this Country) Over?
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- ... And Justice For Pakistan
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- Scandal at 1600: The US Attorneys Affair
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Thursday, April 03, 2008