Hyperbole aside, Katie Marie makes a great point: School changes relationships irreversibly.People change—as do their priorities and penchants—under the weight of realizing their dreams.In between hours on their computer, Facebook is still their chosen form of procrastination…Oh, and here’s a line you need to be familiar with: “Don’t call me, I’ll call you.”3. This tidbit is more targeted to those that become serious. And others are those 'arrangements' where the two meet, late at night, in the law school bathrooms, libraries, classrooms, or conference rooms for an intimate study session.There were three options that I felt that I had: break up the week before finals, break up during finals, break up after finals (in the summer after 1L). I just couldn't bring myself to do the deed before finals started.
So be prepared for him or her to take their frustrations out on you. When they are with you, they are thinking about law school: “Dating someone in law school is like dating a crack addict looking for their next fix.
So, here are the lessons that I learned from 1L intra-section dating:1. The pressure cooker phenomena is that the "normal" relationship occurrences (i.e.
There were three types of couples that formed in my first year section: the short term (several months), the school year long (this is where my experience came from), and the real thing. It might be that I am a little more outgoing then most, a little more boisterous then most, but wow is all I can really say.
And who hasn’t quoted Shakespeare’s “let’s kill all the lawyers” line?
Ever notice how easily you can make someone laugh by comparing lawyers to sharks, snakes, skunks, rats, roaches, and wolves?