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To Date or Not to Date Your Fellow Law Students?

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As a law student, you will read, you will study, and you will have finals. However, some law school experiences are optional, right? When you are going to classes, spending time at the law library, and working in similar circles, people get comfortable. When the law school heat starts to kick up and the stress mounts, one common stress reliever may reveal itself.
 
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For some, dating a fellow law student is out of the question. These are the people you go through 1 L hell with. Do you want to date someone who has seen you in your law library stretchy pants stressing about that civil procedure assignment? Or is the law school process the ultimate couple bonding experience?

A lot of law school students compare law school to high school. If you think about it, this comparison makes sense. Barristers Ball is the new prom. The text books are bigger and meaner, and some argue the groups are still the same. From the sports fanatics, gamers, and the classic plastic mean girls, the social groups form. Gossip floods the student body, and Facebook status updates are around every corner.

However, under the high school comparison, law school has something most high schools lack. Some of the best people you will ever meet are hiding in your law school wings (some may argue so are some of the worst).

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