and if you haven’t backed your argument up with sufficient evidence, even if it sounds reasonable, they’ll throw it out at first instance.
It might be a good idea to start keeping a list of all the strange things you hear, as they won’t be impressed if they have to take time out of their busy schedules to explain to you what the hell they’re talking about *sigh* Get used to the existential crisis The type where they are lying on the floor, sobbing that they’re going to give up law to become a gardener because “nothing makes sense.” Do not, under any circumstances, suggest that you might be able to help, particularly if your knowledge of the law is derived entirely from watching ‘Suits.’ You will have a textbook launched at your head.
Don’t let the caffeine run out With the thousands of cases a law student insists they must study, they often find themselves working through to the early hours of the morning.
While the average law student appears organised and in control most of the time, deprive one of caffeine and you will be left with a crumbled mess of a human being.
And who hasn’t quoted Shakespeare’s “let’s kill all the lawyers” line?
When Netflix and chilling by yourself has become boring, and that pull from Parkers still hasn’t texted back, it may be time to start looking for a more long term companionship.