Richard and Adam are joined by Sabah Kalim, a returning guest who recently finished 1L at Osgoode Hall Law School. Sabah contemplates whether she’s now a 2L or not; Adam compares the switchover to a birthday. Paper Chase is nominated as her favourite movie (which takes Richard aback given its age); she relates how first class in Criminal law students were “cold-called” upon just like in the movie; Sabah admits she wouldn’t have known the facts of the case so is glad she wasn’t the chosen one.
The group discusses the pandemic and how it will change law school; Adam talks about double uncertainty for the process of finding a job; Richard doesn’t know what he’s talking about but Sabah seems to understand. They chat about online examinations. Richard talks about redesigning his course (which he doesn’t want to be held accountable for, since his thoughts were expressed in early May!)
Sabah talks about her varsity athletic career and how she viewed that as a law student; Adam has only used the term “varsity” three times in his life. Sabah admits that her extracurriculars at law school included being on Angelica’s 22 Minute Workout on One TV. Adam tasks Sabah with developing a workout routine for the podcast
What's Love Got to Do with It (Symphonic Version)by Tina Turner
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