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law school is not as fun as you think it is

April 24, 2014 at 6:50pm
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Anonymous asked: I'm having fun studying for property bc I wanna make it big in that RAP game. U just don't gun dat hard. Need to gun and drink all teh coffees to have fun in lawl school. Also, make all law into lawl. Also, you seem to have arrogance.

people are starting to lose it in the law school

April 22, 2014 at 6:18pm
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there is peoples in the law school much wow

there is peoples in the law school much wow

April 20, 2014 at 2:33pm
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happy easter in the law school

April 19, 2014 at 12:37am
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Reblogged from 12b6

12(b)(6) Photo Op

12b6:

Three awesome responses for the law school photo op! In order received:

1. Columbia Law School

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Columbia Law School may not have a room 126, but it strangely has a room 102b. And now it has a post-it note.

Yours in tumblin’,
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2. Cornell Law School

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Cornell Law Student Association’s office is 126. Perfect.

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3. Dickinson Law School

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Gabby from Dickinson Law:

Boring storage room or…

…everyone’s favorite motion to dismiss immortalized?

Just gonna leave it there.

Have one from your school? Send it to 12b6tumblr@gmail.com. 

I’m famous

April 11, 2014 at 1:25am
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you reinterpret emails from the school about admitted students day in the law school

you reinterpret emails from the school about admitted students day in the law school

April 9, 2014 at 6:37pm
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Reblogged from lawschoolisnotthatfun
aestheticoflostness:


lawschoolisnotthatfun:

aestheticoflostness:

lawschoolisnotthatfun:

there are evidence questions in the law school

This is actually a hard one. You can’t get it through 404(a) because the defense didn’t open the door. And it is a “wrong” covered under 404(b) so the specific instance can’t be used to show character. Maybe Dumbledore’s testimony came in under 404(b)(2) intending to show absence of mistake or lack of accident, but none of those seem valid to contradict a self defense claim. 
I don’t think 608 is the issue here because it’s about a specific wrong. 
SOMEONE TELL ME THE ANSWER!

This was a 608(b) question. The answer was that extrinsic evidence is not admissible to prove specific instance, like you said. You have to take Dumbledore’s word for it.  

Yay! May we both pass evidence with flying A+s based solely on our knowledge of Harry Potter.
Dumbledore’s Evidence Army!

aestheticoflostness:

lawschoolisnotthatfun:

aestheticoflostness:

lawschoolisnotthatfun:

there are evidence questions in the law school

This is actually a hard one. You can’t get it through 404(a) because the defense didn’t open the door. And it is a “wrong” covered under 404(b) so the specific instance can’t be used to show character. Maybe Dumbledore’s testimony came in under 404(b)(2) intending to show absence of mistake or lack of accident, but none of those seem valid to contradict a self defense claim. 

I don’t think 608 is the issue here because it’s about a specific wrong. 

SOMEONE TELL ME THE ANSWER!

This was a 608(b) question. The answer was that extrinsic evidence is not admissible to prove specific instance, like you said. You have to take Dumbledore’s word for it.  

Yay! May we both pass evidence with flying A+s based solely on our knowledge of Harry Potter.

Dumbledore’s Evidence Army!

(via aestheticoflawstness)

April 8, 2014 at 3:08pm
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aestheticoflostness:

lawschoolisnotthatfun:

there are evidence questions in the law school

This is actually a hard one. You can’t get it through 404(a) because the defense didn’t open the door. And it is a “wrong” covered under 404(b) so the specific instance can’t be used to show character. Maybe Dumbledore’s testimony came in under 404(b)(2) intending to show absence of mistake or lack of accident, but none of those seem valid to contradict a self defense claim. 
I don’t think 608 is the issue here because it’s about a specific wrong. 
SOMEONE TELL ME THE ANSWER!

   This was a 608(b) question. The answer was that extrinsic evidence is not admissible to prove specific instance, like you said. You have to take Dumbledore’s word for it.  

aestheticoflostness:

lawschoolisnotthatfun:

there are evidence questions in the law school

This is actually a hard one. You can’t get it through 404(a) because the defense didn’t open the door. And it is a “wrong” covered under 404(b) so the specific instance can’t be used to show character. Maybe Dumbledore’s testimony came in under 404(b)(2) intending to show absence of mistake or lack of accident, but none of those seem valid to contradict a self defense claim. 

I don’t think 608 is the issue here because it’s about a specific wrong. 

SOMEONE TELL ME THE ANSWER!

This was a 608(b) question. The answer was that extrinsic evidence is not admissible to prove specific instance, like you said. You have to take Dumbledore’s word for it.  

(via aestheticoflawstness)

April 2, 2014 at 9:34pm
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there are evidence questions in the law school

there are evidence questions in the law school

March 28, 2014 at 11:24am
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we are attractive in the law school

we are attractive in the law school

February 28, 2014 at 11:24pm
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Reblogged from nottreason
cephalopodvictorious:

cursewordssandcupcakes:

nottreason:

So Business Law is going well.

This is exactly how I take notes… When I actually take notes that is.

I’m unreasonably glad I’m not the only one who does this

people take notes in the law school

cephalopodvictorious:

cursewordssandcupcakes:

nottreason:

So Business Law is going well.

This is exactly how I take notes… When I actually take notes that is.

I’m unreasonably glad I’m not the only one who does this

people take notes in the law school