|09:29 pm - IT TOOK ONE WEEK|
Only one week until the first student in my group began surfing the web during class instead of paying attention to the lecture. To be fair, she was doing it during Contorts which, unlike traditional law school classes, consists of just a lecture with the professor answering students' questions as they arise, so you don't have to be as alert. What really distracted me, though, is that she was looking up a lot of college football stuff and I desperately wanted to read what she was reading.
Quote of the Week: "I hate grading on a curve because it doesn't prove how good you really are. It's like if you are in a group of people running away from a bear. You only have to be faster than the slowest person in the group. That doesn't mean you're a good runner."
--My Legal Analysis professor
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