Author Archives: J.P. Urban

The End of the Tunnel

As the ninety-days-until-I-graduate mark came and went, I began to realize that my twenty years of education is coming to an end.  This semester is quite a bit different than the nineteen leading up to it, though.  As I have talked about in previous blog posts, many third-year law students spend their time golfing, taking trips to Tunica, and occasionally going to class.  My experience is anything but golfing.

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Always Time for a Cup of Coffee

To continue a theme I began in my first post, 3L for me is far from the relaxing, restful year that it is rumored to be. I’d like to give a brief overview of the activities I have involved myself in to serve as a starting point for future posts.

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Here’s to the Journey

Third year of law school is fabled to be a magical time full of relaxing and preparing one’s self for the cushy career to follow. For me, however, and many of my peers in this legal market, third year of law school is your last chance prove that you won’t just be another suit further oversaturating the profession. Continue reading

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