Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Victory

1L year is officially over. And it ended on a nice high note. Not only did my Criminal Law exam seem to go well, but I won an award! The Morrison & Foerster Award for Outstanding 1L Bigelow Brief. Oh yeah, you read that right :-).

Then I went and picked up the law review competition packet. So that was a dash of cold water to the face. But still, overall, we call this victory. Holler.

4 comments:

S said...

At Wisconsin, when first year finals were over and we went to pick up the law review packet, the law review folks also handed over a shot of tequila. Made it a little more palatable to take on that new pressure-filled task. (In the end, I didn't go out for law review. I may have only picked up the packet for the tequila.)

Barry Deutsch said...

Congrats, David! I'm sure the honor is entirely deserved, however funny its name is.

PG said...

Bad Ass MoFo!

Transplanted Lawyer said...

Good job! The challenges don't stop, but it really is all downhill from the first year. It's getting the hang of law school that is the difficult part, not the subject matter of what you're learning. And we already know you can write well, so the MoFo award is no surprise to us. Take a moment to relax before opening up the law review packet.