Saturday, November 12, 2005
Friday, November 11, 2005
2L the second: Congratulations, sympathies - whatever you feel like offering.
Later in the conversation...
2L the second: Honestly though, i'm too big of an egomaniac to not like it there. I'll be fine.
2L #2: i seriously hope so. the only thing more invasive is a cavity search.
2L #1: ick. I suspect they'd do blood work if it was legal
2L #2: probably...print out my whole freaking genetic code
2L #1: well, then we'll know which other law students we shouldn't mate with
Thursday, November 10, 2005
Prof: If hunting is a major economic activity it is difficult to see how the privileges and immunities clause could countenance different prices being charged residents and non-residents for licenses. However, if hunting is reduced to sort of a fun past-time of just shooting large mammals in the head, then the state can charge different prices for permits to engage in its blood sports.
-- submitted by gar
Civ Pro Prof: so what could they have done?
1L: they could file an amicus brief.
Civ Pro Prof: yeah, that's totally right. does everyone know what that is? it's a friend of the court. so they can file a brief, but that's it. they are friends, but not friends with benefits.-- Submitted by Lisa
1L: Maybe you could argue that the veterinarian provoked the dog. I mean, not for him to bite him, but while he's examining him.
Torts Prof: Sorry, I just got a mental picture of one of my dogs at a rectal exam. Just the look on my dog's face. I have a picture in my office... Not at that moment.
-- Submitted by Marisol
Prof N: “Generally speaking in the law of contracts, we don’t care about fault.”
Prof N: “If there are two things that are inescapably intertwined, and you can think about one without thinking about the other, then you’re thinking like a lawyer.”
Prof N: "Past consideration (something done in the past) isn’t consideration. It’s not quid pro quo, ’cause you already got the quid.”
-- Submitted by TI
Wednesday, November 09, 2005
Without further adieu, I bring you some of the work of Prof N.
Prof N: Elton John- it's a he isn't it?
Prof N: Austin is an unusual case- one party has the other party by the short hairs.
Prof N: My wife drinks Grant's, good and inexpensive. There's nothing like a dame, as the song goes.
Prof N: I could sell a Harrier Jet to the Taliban.
-- Submitted by James
Tuesday, November 08, 2005
Monday, November 07, 2005
2L #2: Yeah, I have to. At least I got the section I wanted.
2L #1: I don't think one section is better than the other.
2L #2: Well, I was hoping for a lesser of the evils.
2L #1: It's not really a "lesser of evils". It's just [Professor Z] less.
Class: (muffled laughter)
Evidence Prof: Ummmm yeah, maybe I shouldn't have shared that.
--Submitted by Molly