You are a 3L. Your last semester has just gotten started. It’s your lightest course load to date. You don’t even have to be on campus on Thursdays and Fridays! Life is pretty sweet.
I would like to propose something that might be considered a little radical: Spend your extra time preparing for the bar.
I know that you might be planning on waiting for BAR/BRI to begin before you start worrying about the bar. But honestly, that may be too little, too late.
I really want you to hear me out on this! But not here. Oh no!
On Tuesday, Jan. 26, The Wheat Law Library will host a luncheon to introduce the Class of 2010 to the print and electronic bar preparation resources available through the Wheat Law Library and the Office of Career Services, and to offer guidance on registering for the bar examination.
After the program, KU Public Safety will be available to fingerprint students for their bar applications. Fingerprinting will take place in the Informal Commons beginning at 1:30 p.m. There is a $5 charge for this service, and payment should be remitted in cash to the Office of Career Services by Thursday, Jan. 21.
RSVP on Symplicity by Thursday, Jan. 21.
Date: Jan. 26, 2010
Time: 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
Location: Green Hall, Reference Area, Second Floor, Wheat Law Library
Contact: 785-864-9253, W. Blake Wilson
Cost: Free ($5 for fingerprinting)
All 3Ls are encouraged to attend. Did I mention that lunch will be served? Because it will!