Sunday, May 14, 2006

Blame it on Tibor

First day on the job tomorrow. Tips? Advice? Suggestions? I'm leaving this intentionally vague to cover the entire summer experience. Is it a faux pas to take a week off to see the World Cup? I want to know! All the juicy stuff. What's more important writing quality or meeting deadline? How many social events is more than enough? How excited are you about The Da Vinci Code? Opine!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Personally I think Liam Neeson would have been a better cast for Robert Langdon. That mullet Hanks has been sporting is pretty sad.

5/14/2006 8:12 PM  
Blogger Mad.J.D. said...

I'm sort of mad at myself for even wanting to see this movie. The source material is grossly overrated, Ron Howard has been pretty spotty since Apollo 13 (Ed TV, anyone?) and though I can suspend my disbelief for a lot of things, I can tell that a woman like Audrey Tautou being attracted to a be-mulleted Tom Hanks is not going to work out for me.

Yet I'm sort of tickled by the possibility that two thousand years of religious teaching is flat out wrong, so I'll be at the cineplex next weekend.

5/14/2006 10:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wanna make out?

5/14/2006 11:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, exams are over. Completely over!

What did folks think of Swift's Evidence exam?

5/15/2006 2:38 AM  
Blogger Tom Fletcher said...

I don't know much, but I know my blogging is going to disappear re: employment. I want my job! ;)

5/15/2006 7:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is it appropriate to wear ear plugs at work as a summer associate? Maybe Prof. Steele can help with this one...my office mate talks loud on the phone!

5/16/2006 9:51 PM  
Blogger biff said...

If you're a regular cocaine user, don't have that stuff delivered to the office.

5/17/2006 6:22 PM  
Anonymous B said...

Have enough of a personality to be interesting. Don't bring out so much of your personality that you (potentially) piss someone off.

Try to do the best work possible, but don't lollygag. Ask for guidance when you need it. After all, you're a law student, not a lawyer. There are a million things that real lawyers need to know that law school doesn't even come close to touching. As long as you don't go overboard, it won't be seen as hand-holding--it'll be seen as you wanting to do the job right.

5/19/2006 9:34 PM  

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