Had a great interview Monday, but a lousy trip back to IN. My flight was late to MSP, and I missed my connection by about 60 seconds. I got to spend the night in Detroit. Woo woo! Fortunately, friends of friends were around, and I had a bed to sleep in. Still wasn't very happy about it though.

Also, I had the best potato chips I've ever tasted. They were cooked with truffle oil. Yummy.


I had a good interview in Denver on Friday. Got to live the good life for another couple of days; my hotel room was upgraded after my original room was full of somebody else's luggage. I really liked everybody at the firm I interviewed at; hopefully they'll extend an offer in the next few weeks. I got to hang out with Britt too; we went to a church fundraiser. Since I'm still poor, I wrote them an IOU. It never seems like I have a normal evening out when I hang out with the Denver kids. The travel back to the Bender was fine, aside from the ND loss.

This week it's same-old same-old. More job hunting. I have a few more things on my plate thanks to my SBA appointment. But generally, life is good.


2 nights ago I was hanging out in my brightly colored hotel room in a leapord print bathrobe. It was pretty amazing. Then yesterday morning I wandered around DC, dumped off my bags at the firm, and headed over to the Air and Space Museum. It was impressive; though lots of their collection had been transferred to their new location at Dulles, there was still some great stuff there, like Buzz Aldrin's space suit and the like, and almost everything was original.

The interview at the firm went well; we'll see if I get an offer within the next couple of weeks. Then it was back to Regan to grab some food (paid for by the firm, of course) and catch my flight. I read a lot of the last Harry Potter; fortunately I fly out tomorrow and I'll be able to finish the rest on the way to Denver. We were held in a holding pattern over O'Hare for a long time, so I had to sprint through 3 terminals to catch my connection to the Bend, otherwise I would have been staying the night in Chicago. I made it though, but only because I was at a dead sprint. I need to run more.


Next week is gonna be busy; headed to DC for Tuesday, and to Denver for Friday. Then there's that whole class thing. And the journal thing. All good problems to have, if you want to call them that. So, if anyone's in DC or Denver, we should hang out.


For my fellow law students wondering about the numbers behind the whole callback procedure, take a look at this (especially on p. 16). It's a breakdown of how many callbacks are initiated, and how many end in offers.