Wednesday, October 19, 2011

First Year Student Study Group Charges Classmates $20 to "Tryout"

Above the Law has a story about a study group of first year students who are charging classmates $20 to "tryout."  Their poster says that they want to "suceed" but they don't know how to spell the word correctly.  Have a look.

Hat tip to Juli Campagna.

(mew)

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/legalwriting/2011/10/chutzpah.html

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I forwarded the link to my 1L Legal Process class, and one of my brilliant students spotted an error in sentence one of paragraph one: Subject/verb agreement - "A group ... are looking."

He also noted a potential third error, depending upon your preference regarding serial commas, in the last sentence of the third paragraph: ". . . short answers to Torts, Contracts, Civil Pro, Property[,] and Bluebook Questions."

Posted by: Becky Jacobs | Oct 20, 2011 6:28:11 AM

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