Orange is the new law exam
|Area||Corporate Finance and Securities|
Article originally published in the Canadian Lawyer Magazine, September 2014
Excerpt from: "Orange is the new law exam":
I have always understood lawyers describing certain files as being “like a law school exam” to mean that those matters are so impossibly convoluted and improbable they could only have been wrought by the fecund mind of a law professor. Actually, when I think back on law school exams, I think less about my reaction to the exam questions than to the moment immediately before, a fleeting sense of puzzlement as to just how for the previous three months I consistently had managed to convince myself one more hour of must-see TV was a better investment of time than studying.