Six Superpowers Every Law School Student Wants
It’s a classic hypothetical. Which superpower would you have? It’s a tough choice because there are plenty of powers out there to make the law student experience so much easier. How about the Wolverine-like ability to make highlighters come out of your hands?
Okay, maybe not that one. But here are six superpower’s every law school student would want:
1. Super Memory
Imagine this: you go to a class or read your textbook and that information just stays in your head. All of it. No cramming for exams, no rifling through your notes. Incredible.
Awesome speed would not only help you to get your assignments done quicker, it would mean that you would literally be able to run to uni faster than public transport could get you there – a lifesaver for submitting last minute essays. If you’d rather be Superman than the Flash, flying would also cut down that pesky commute to class.
Although not very helpful from a study point of view, if you ever found yourself saying something silly in class, you would actually be able to turn invisible and avoid some of the embarrassment.
4. Time Travel
Reading cases can get very dry. What if you could travel back in time and listen to the judgment being handed down? It would surely be better than reading the judgment.
5. Superhuman Strength
This may not serve you well in class or on assignments, but some superhuman strength, possessed by the likes of Thing, Superman, and pretty much all superheroes, would sure be helpful for carrying all those books home from the library.
6. Extreme multitasking
Imagine being able to read two pages of a book at once. Or write two pages of an essay simultaneously (just put a pen in each hand). Extreme multitasking skills would mean you’d get the work done sooner and you could get back to the important things, like your new scrapbooking obsession, a whole lot quicker.