Although the Law Review write-on competition package was issued last Monday, I didn't really begin to read it until this past weekend. By Sunday, I had finished reading only the first case, about 17 pages. The yesterday, at Borders Westwood, I managed to crank out another 50 pages. Today, I finished the whole dang thing. I admit I skipped most of the footnotes in Professor La Fave's treatise, but I can always return to those later if I need to. For now, the important thing is, I'm done reading.
By the way, the $25 application fee for 205 pages of reading comes out to just over $0.12/page. For that price you'd think the copies would be neater. But you didn't hear that from me.