Second Day of Classes

It's time for Vosberg v. Putney again.

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4 Responses to Second Day of Classes

  1. Joe1 says:

    Do you stand or sit when you teach? Do you use a cane, walker, or wheelchair around the school? Do you carry your books, or put them in a little red wagon? Before luggage with wheels, attorneys used little red wagons loaded with books and catalog cases to intimidate opposing counsel in trials.

  2. dcoffin@iun.edu says:

    Y’all start e-a-r-l-y. I have until August 31 before I have to be back in the classroom…My sympathies to you for the pathological system in which you operate…

  3. michael says:

    We start early because the students want exams before Xmas, so that Spring exams end before the bar review begins.

    I used to be a pacer when I taught. Currently I’m doing rather more sitting, or leaning on a podium. I have been driving to school even though it’s a short walk; my books are in a backpack (doesn’t go well with my suit), or just carried to class.

    I had a walker when I came home in late March; that only lasted a couple of weeks, and then the cane phase came and went. My balance is fine now. The issue is stamina.

  4. Joe1 says:

    I still have a walker and a set of crutches at home. I keep a cane in the car. At work, I have a grabber so that I can pick things up off the floor. Stamina is tougher, but time will help. How about swimming to build stamina?

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