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Because you only graduate law school twice.

Posted by Kathleen Moxley
Kathleen Moxley
Hi, I'm a 3L Dual JD student, originally from Ottawa and now living in Windsor
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on Monday, 25 March 2013
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One month from now it will all be over. No more classes, no more books and no more teacher’s dirty looks as the rhyme goes. Unfortunately that month involves 2 essays, a drafting assignment, a short memo, a short problem and 2 tests. While it sounds daunting it shouldn’t actual be too bad. I also finally get to go home this week (I haven’t been since Christmas vacation) so it will be great to get to see everyone, spend time at the cottage and get...

A Not So Quick Update

Posted by Kathleen Moxley
Kathleen Moxley
Hi, I'm a 3L Dual JD student, originally from Ottawa and now living in Windsor
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on Wednesday, 09 January 2013
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I made my last tuition payment yesterday. There is something very satisfying about the fact that after 7 years my schooling is about to start paying off rather than me paying for it. That being said my holiday 'break' was anything but. I started off with a last minute win for one of my clinic clients! After putting over a year and a half into a case it's an amazing feeling when it actually pays off in helping someone else.  After that I had...

Moots, Moots and More Moots! Oh My!

Posted by Kathleen Moxley
Kathleen Moxley
Hi, I'm a 3L Dual JD student, originally from Ottawa and now living in Windsor
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on Monday, 26 November 2012
in Student Blogs
So I had intended to make this post specifically about the Dual JD program but with everything else that has been going on it looks like that may have to wait a few days. My November, thus far, has been dedicated mainly to three things. The Ernie Goodman Moot, finishing my Advanced Advocacy paper and getting the moot problem out for the Canadian Law Games. I am pleased to report all of these things are now done. I mentioned in my last post that ...