Flipping through my journal/scratch pad I came across this description of the orientation meeting I went to over a year ago for law school:

The people leading the small group workshop don't know what they're doing. I don't think they planned what they were going to say, and what they are saying is repetitive and unconvincing. They go on and on about how things are different at UBC, or about how something is especially the case at UBC, and the obvious question is how do they know? Have they been to several other law schools? Their enthusiasm for the place is suspicious and tiring. I guess their lack of notes is meant to make them seem casual; they seem simply unprepared.


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