Victor Rossi wrote:
> This leads to the greater question of:
> Are law students more easily distracted
> that normal students?
Or rather put it this way, "Is it harder
to monopolize the attention of a law
student than of a normal student."
Though it might be debatable, by normal
standards, law students (and graduate
students and medical students ...) are
"above normal" in that the graduate
and professional level schools require
- better study skills (as evidenced by
success as an undergraduate)
- better verbal skills (as evidenced by
writing and, as above, collegiate
- better social skills (as evidenced by
getting better professors to write letters
Being better and brigher means that they
probably have less tolerance for boredom
than "normal" students.