Fall has been extraordinarily beautiful in Williamsburg. The temperature has hovered in the 60s and 70s until yesterday, when it dropped to legitimate sweatshirt weather. At right is a tree near the law school, just before dusk.
Admittedly, I've been lax in keeping up with this blog the last few weeks. A few highlights:
• At a fund-raiser for the Public Service Fund, which raises money for law students pursuing public interest summer jobs, I sang a duet, "Baby, It's Cold Outside," with a 1L friend of mine. The whole night was a blast.
• My friend Tori invited me to her parents' home, in Dumfries, Va., (near Washington) for Thanksgiving. It was wonderful to have a place to go, and nice to take a break from studying.
• There are two weeks of classes left before finals, which start for me on Dec. 12. My exam schedule looks like this: Wed., Dec. 12 — Torts; Sat., Dec. 15 — Criminal Law; and Wed., Dec. 19 — Civil Procedure.
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