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Blawg Review #111, hosted by

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The Blawg Review is a moveable feast of legally-related blog posts, hosted by a different blawg each month, currently at #111 on

One of the links early in the post struck me as a bit of a revelation today. A Mad Tea Party was the first law student blawg Bill wrote about way back in 2003, which I believe places it in the Pre-Cambrian era of blawging.

So I checked out the site and was confused at first – the design was a bit antiquated and the latest post was dated September 08, 2005. Hmmmmm… Was this a mistake? An old link? A bizarre database backup horror? A rip in the fabric of time? Perhaps this poor law student suffered an aneurysm mid-keystroke… oh wait, they graduated.

You mean this whole law school thing actually ends one day? I’m not sure why that surprises me since graduating is, well, the point, but it seems so improbable somehow. Law school often feels a bit like a marathon or maybe more like forced internment, you take it one day at a time and you try not too think about how much further you have to go. So I won’t allow myself to dwell that novel idea too much, but it is nice to be reminded of once in a while.

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