Today I had my last class of law school, a surprisingly ordinary-feeling class filled with the usual internet browsing and only-half-attention-paying.  With fifteen minutes left in class, I shook myself alert and reminded myself that this was likely my last class for credit ever and maybe I’d better pay attention, if only to mark the passing of a milestone.

And at that moment, the fire alarm went off, we all looked around confusedly for a moment, then packed up and filed out of the room.

And just like that, law school was over.

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