In my first semester of law school, I was asked to research and write about federal wiretapping law. I’ve decided to publish my mock memo here in the hopes that it may help someone researching about federal wiretapping law. I can’t guarantee that my work is 100% correct as I only got a 3.3 on the mock memo haha. Oh well. Unemployment for me. Just kidding… sort of. Well then, without further adieu, here is the memo:
Primary Authority (The Law)
Constitutions, Statutes, Cases
TRAGEDY OF THE COMMONS: Ocean. Open field.
3 Solutions: Regulation, Private rights, Gang rights.
ANTI-COMMONS: All must agree. Regulated store front. Shared land. Government.
A contract is a legal promise
Course of performance
7 INTENTIONAL TORTS: (1) Battery, (2) Assault, (3) False Imprisonment, (4) IIED, (5) Trespass to land, (6) Conversion, (7) Trespass to chattels
Today, I present to the world an interview with a man who has scored a 180 on the LSAT three times! That is seriously incredible. Interestingly enough, those three 180’s are from June administrations of the LSAT. (Maybe you should take the LSAT in June?) Anyways, Dave Hall is the founder of Velocity Test Prep and was kind enough to provide excellent answers to a few questions:
One of the partners of the firm that I intern at asked me to do some research on wage garnishments on student loans. This was a big opportunity for me. Anytime that I can help out a partner is a chance to prove myself and worth.
Capricious means changing suddenly or quickly. It can denote something governed by impulse. Capricious describes unpredictability.
Patience is a virtue. This seems to be especially true in scholarship negotiations and when asking for seat deposit extensions. In my excitement to negotiate for something with law schools, I asked for a few week seat deposit extension with all of the schools I was interested in.