Question of the Week

Are you still in touch with any of your law school professors?


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It’s graduation season, so you might find yourself attending one soon–or graduating yourself!

So this week, we’d like to ask you: Are you still in touch with any of your law school professors? If so, have they continued to be of help to you as you advanced in your law career? If you are only just now graduating, do you at this point intend to try to stay in touch with any of your law professors? Please feel free to share your memories of onetime law professors who haven’t left your life.

Answer in the comments.

Read the answers to last week’s question: How long is your work commute, door to door?

Posted by Jay: “I used to commute 100 miles per day by car. After three years, I did the math: I had spent nearly 1,500 hours in my car going to and from work. I decided that life was too short to spend that much time in a car commuting. So I left a job I liked for another job where I could ride my bike to work in 15 minutes (or take the bus). It has made such a huge difference in my life. Now, I wonder if the people who endure long commutes truly understand how much they are sacrificing. I would not have known had I not made the change.”

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