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Law school finals week is a time filled with stress, tensions, and of course, prescription drugs. It seems students everywhere are ingesting Adderall.
Adderall is meant to alleviate the symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It's a stimulant, which means it also allows students to stay awake for long stretches of time.
Honestly, staying awake is something all law students struggle with. It's rare that students are positively enthralled with contract or property law. Does "fee simple absolute" ring a bell? Most likely, just hearing that phrase numbs your brain and almost lulls you into a coma.
That's where Adderall comes in. You pop a pill, and you stay awake no matter how deathly dull you find the material!
Of course, it's not exactly legal to use the drug without the proper prescription. As students of the law, you should really know better. Maybe there are some legal alternatives out there for you Adderall-junkies:
So there you have it, law kids. Try not to use Adderall as a study aid. Well, at least try some legal alternatives first.