(I really can't be too judgy here, I'm guilty.) The immature couples are on par with "sloppy hook ups." They will disrupt things, strangers will know too many details about their personal lives, and their eventual break up will be a peace-shattering, polarizing event. Basically, too much feelings, and gross, and do not want. They are as follows: The worst offenders - Serial law school daters. If you can't think of anyone, and you're single, it might be you.These are the people who either have dated every single other single person in your small section, or even the law school at large. These people were likely the type of person who had gigantic public breakups in high school.NOTE: Less bad gets IMMEDIATELY upgraded to "the worst" if you have loud fights, disrupt traveling teams or clinics of any type, or if you leave a trail of trampled colleagues' feelings along the way. These are the ones that find each other at some point during the 3 years in which you are all roped together like a herd of cattle in a single building for incalculable hours a week.They will either handle this maturely or immaturely.This annual convening presents a forum where some of the world’s foremost jurists can confidentially and freely discuss the most important legal issues of the day with leading academic lawyers.
You'll do the walk of shame the next day (well, one of you will), and it will either gradually evolve into dating (like an adult!These may not rise quite to the level of a "relationship," and therefore do not qualify them as "serial daters," but that doesn't make them any less bad. There will be some event or you'll be out after exams and blowing off some steam (seriously, the world will just seem brighter after exams), and inevitably you will decide that the world is far less terrible than you'd imagined during your grueling hours in the lawbrary.They get sloppy at events and may have made out with every eligible person in their small section (during the first year) or even the whole law school (after the first year). In the blink of an eye, you'll go from casually conversing with that sort-of attractive classmate to either a full-on make out session (high school style), or you'll be walking out the door hand in hand. Sometimes this happens when the entire room is too schlitzed to know the difference.In advance of the meeting, a book is prepared that focuses on selected topics.Past meetings have considered structural questions about judicial review, precedent, separation of powers and federalism, and the developing law—nationally and transnationally—on equality, free expression, national security, indigenous rights, terrorism, dignity, and detention.These usually result in marriage (if not already married entering law school).