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11/15/2011 at 01:55 PM
RWU Law and the Street Law Initiative Echoing through the high-ceilinged corridors of Providence’s Hope High School, the voices of a dozen teenagers can be heard animatedly enacting a mock murder trial. The “prosecutor,” wearing baggy jeans and an oversized tee-shirt, is delivering a well-reasoned – if somewhat overdramatic – opening statement, pounding away repeatedly at his key arguments. “Okay, okay, we get the point!” giggles one student juror. “You watch too much TV,” deadpans another. The students are having fun with their assignment – but the underlying discussion is serious and...
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02/18/2010 at 11:29 AM
<p>I never study in the library. It’s not that I don’t like the library (it’s actually quite nice in there), but I just can’t be productive there. Now, I say this while my upstairs neighbor practices his bass guitar (I guess you’re never too old for teenage angst) and I watch “High Fidelity” and write this entry rather than editing a paper, but still I just never get work done in the library. I can often be spotted in there bothering friends of mine that are trying to do work, or hunting down people that I need to borrow a syllabus from, but only on the rarest of occasions can I be seen...
02/18/2010 at 11:25 AM
<p>&nbsp;</p><p class="MsoNormal">Well, I suppose it’s a little late in the game to enter the blogging scene, being a 2L and all, but I figured I’d give it the old college try. There are days where I’m sitting in my living room, contemplating finals even though it’s only October, and perhaps eating a sandwich, where I recall me decision to go to law school. I suppose the first time I gave my choice serious thought was during a career services meeting, where I was asked, point-blank, why I decided to come to law school. The answer, at that time, was quite simple...