We Have Interesting Students

OK, this is a bit unusual. According to The Pain of Campaigning I: Story and Pre-Game Decisions | Critical Hits, the author-blogger of an extended series on Dungeons & Dragons is a 3L at Miami Law:

The Main Event is a third year law student at the University of Miami. He writes dungeon mastering advice in his Pain of Campaigning series. He also writes comic reviews for 411 Mania. In between full time school, various internet tasks, part-time work, and socializing The Main Event is an aspiring author.

I invite Mr./Ms. (probably Mr….) Event to drop by and say hi.

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5 Responses to We Have Interesting Students

  1. ChrisB says:

    It’s really not that unusual. While I was in law school, my Dungeons and Dragons group was mostly fellow law students. As far as I know, I was the only to ever blog about it, and never consistently, but given the number of people blogging and the number of law students who play dungeons and dragons, there’s gotta be a bunch of them.

  2. michael says:

    You had time for extended campaigns?

  3. gandolf says:

    I he publishes an article an article titled: “Towards justifiable neo-vigilantism: Batman as a critical examination of intercultural urban policing” then he will be qualified for a tenured position on the UM Law faculty.

    Maybe its not too late to dump Dean White for J. K. Rowling?

  4. michael says:

    Nah. Takes more than one article to get tenure. But it would be a start!

  5. gandolf says:

    True. He would have to follow it up with “Towards neo-Miranda and universal torture rules: Is Wonder Woman’s Lasso of Truth an illegal method of Torture, and are confessions gained by her Lasso admissible in Enemy Combatant trials?” and then “Re-examination of Lawrence v. Texas: Does it protect consensual inter-species relations? Shaggy and Scooby-Doo in perspective.”

    But upon reconsideration, the subject would probably be too practical for UM. This kind of practical pedestrian stuff is more suited to Nova faculty.

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