Gifts For Those About To Take And Pass The July 2008 Connecticut Bar Exam
A week from today, I’ll get off the Jennings Road exit and see the Connecticut Expo Center parking lot filled with nervous ex-law students.
I’ll be writing more on this in the coming days.
Passing the bar is a big deal. Truly an achievement worth celebrating.
Want an unsolicited gift idea? Again, in this blog, I strive to answer the questions that you’re not asking.
A few rolls of quarters.
As a lawyer, I am confronted on almost a daily basis with the evil parking meter that only accepts quarters. They’re everywhere outside of court buildings in Connecticut.
And I think Hartford has about one meter maid per meter outside its court buildings. They love to ticket lawyers.
Lawyers need quarters the same way a baker needs an oven.
But have no fear, on exam day parking at the Expo center is free.