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A Bit of Good News

by on May 9, 2014

So, two things.

1) I am graduating law school tomorrow. It has been a very long three years. I should like to have posted more about my law school experience, but I didn’t really have the time. The short stories worked as an outlet anyway. It’s a bit anticlimactic, in a way, since after law school graduation comes the dreaded bar review course, followed by the even more dreaded bar exam. Like the old man in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. “I’m free, I’m free!” …..*falls into sewer*  “Dangit.” 

If any of you among my readership are considering law school for yourselves, I don’t really have any stirring advice. It’s a lot of hard work, to put it mildly. There is usually at least one moment per semester, sometimes more, when you really don’t know how you’re going to get everything done on time and in a way that makes your professors happy. Still you muddle through somehow. It is worth it, I will say that. I have made many good friends. There have also been moments of outright joy and hilarity. Like reading an opinion in my Evidence casebook written by Judge Onion. First line: “This is an appeal…”   

In any event, it has been an interesting three years, to say the least.

2) In celebration of this, I have just put out a new short story on e-book: The Angel and the Kaiju. It isn’t technically “new”, per se (we lawyers are known for being maddeningly precise about things). What it is, is all the posts from “Constance’s Story,” edited and collected in one e-book form. You can buy it here on Amazon, and review it if you like on Goodreads. Tell your friends.

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4 Comments
  1. That is a helluva thing to check off of your To Do Life List, well done sir.

    • Thanks. Considering that the other things on my list are “Watch all the James Bond movies” and “go see Colorado”, this is maybe a few points above that. 🙂

  2. Judge Onion? Appeal? Oh my! Congrats on the graduation (sorry about the upcoming studies and bar exam, though.) And an e-book – how exciting! This is cause of celebration *lifts a glass of iced tea*

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