What to do with the summer before starting law school...
Over at the Volokh Conspiracy (www.volokh.com) they have a string going where commenters are recommending what book(s) soon-to-be law students should read before starting.
I am not sure if there is a woman-specific angle to this but I suspect there might be. Please post here your recommendations for what people should do with their last summer before law school.
I'll kick it off:
* Do nothing: I mean it, relax, get a tan.
* Read a fiction book in the genre of your choice.
* As for books to recommend... I read "1L" and "Law School Confidential". I actually never knew anyone personally that had gone to law school and didn't know any lawyers. Therefore, these books were informative and "enlightening". If you choose to read these, don't take them all that seriously; just read them to get a basic idea of what you are getting into. I do agree with some of the posters at the Volokh Conspiracy that the US Constitution would be worth a good read. I had read it a few times before, but you forget what the words actually say.
UPDATE: Here's the actual link to the list at Volokh's site: http://www.volokh.com/posts/1180720601.shtml