12 May 2010

more bars, more places

a bar exam is a testament of endurance as dozens of courses are tested over two or three days. the exams are given in large rooms wet with anxiety and sweat.

the experience follows months of suffer-fest study: notes, notes of notes, old exams, old essays, and a bookshelf of 'concise' review texts.

very few attnys take three bars, despite jfk jr's attempts to popularize the concept.

congrats to meg, passing her third of three bars: mo, ny, tx.

want to file a suit in jefferson city for breach of a contract signed in albany about your austin-based business? i have someone to recommend...

10 comments:

Alison said...

yes in fact i have that exact case that needs a good hot lawyer! glad you sent her my way!

Dinger said...

I was thinking Meg could add Idaho to her list. . .just in case you want to be my nieghbor.

Mitzi said...

Congratulations Megan that is amazing.

Heather said...

Congratulations Meg! Hopefully that'll be your last....for at least a year or two.. :)

Charlie, Whitney, and Allie said...

I agree with Paige! Congrats Meg, you amaze me!

Megan Andersen said...

Seriously...why couldn't this Megan Welch be as awesome???!

Darla said...

MEG! I worship you! (;

Shelley said...

I knew that you would do it. I can't think of a darn thing you wouldn't pass if you set your mind to it.

Remember that while a Texas bar is great, the one you need to use sooner than later is the one from NY. We could eat cheap pizza in Central Park together....

Darla said...

Hi friends. How are you? Drove through NYC yesterday and thought of you. Come visit?!

Alison said...

i take it the blog is done? coming up on a year of no posts....boooo...just wanted to letyo uknow that i noticed:)