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Two years of celibacy are | Main | I heard "Baby, Don't Forget


March 11, 2004

Oh. My. Gosh. I just

Oh. My. Gosh.

I just turned in my law review note. 7 months I have been working on this thing. I just don't know what to do with myself. I feel so weird now. What will I do all day every Sunday? Every Sunday since the end of August has been consumed with reading cases, highlighting, outlining, footnoting, and writing. Of course I now need to start focusing hard core on my classes to get ready for finals, but wow.

My topic? It involves physician sexual assault and the victim's/patient's ability (or nonability) to sue that physician for medical malpractice. It is titled: "Expecting Dr. Doright But Meeting Dr. Feelgood: Why a Patient Who is Sexually Assaulted by His or Her Physician Should be Able to Sue for Medical Malpractice."

I just feel lost. Maybe this is what I'll feel like when my kids leave for college.


Posted by Lawren at March 11, 2004 03:39 PM

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