All I can say is that graduation and all the rest of it seem to have gone off without a hitch, although the last two weeks have really flown by. The family and everyone came out for graduation, and then I had to pack up and move to where I am studying for the bar.
Speaking of which, bar review started today for the July 2007 Bar Exam, and I have a lot to say about that. For any of you who are interested in what starts happening the day after graduation, I'll be blogging about studying for, and taking the July 2007 Bar Exam on another blog started with a few friends of mine, and you are welcome to check it out: Blogging The Bar http://bloggingthebar.blogspot.com
I'll still be around, answering questions about transfer stuff and cheering on those of you who are applying to transfer. As I think of stuff I'll post about it, but for now I'll mostly be over at BTB.
I suppose the biggest shock is that I thought for the longest time (especially when I was a 2L) that with graduation from law school would come this big release and feeling of accomplishment. In reality, you get so wrapped up in the festivities, and then bar review, that the big release never really happened. And of course I don't feel like a "real lawyer" yet because I haven't passed the bar, and the materials for bar review are initially so overwhelming that you feel like you are right back at the bottom of a big ol' mountain, having to climb up again.
But, as I have said before, and I'll say again, welcome to the law (and law school).
Take care one and all, and like I said, this isn't an official retirement...I'll still be knocking around here and there.
Best to all,