Posts by: befelix

Seven Days

Seven days from today my fellow 3Ls and I will don our red and purple caps and gowns and graduate from BU Law. I’m ecstatic that one of my dearest friends is our student speaker, and I can’t wait to hear what words of wisdom and encouragement he will send us off with. As my […]

Farewell, Washington; Hello, Washington!

Thanks to BU Law’s Semester in Practice Program, my last day externing in the U.S. Senate was also my last day of law school. I could not have wished for a more perfect ending to these three wonderful years. Going into this externship, my primary goals were to learn how Congress conducts oversight over the […]

A Day In The Life: Kourtney Kardashian, Bill Markup, and Senate Bean Soup

Next week is my last as a Law Clerk in the U.S. Senate. I have enjoyed every minute I’ve spent working for the HELP Committee and would recommend this experience to any law student in search of an adventure. Here’s what I was up to today: This morning, none other than Kourtney Kardashian came to […]

International Conference on Legislation and Law Reform

Last week I had the privilege of once again attending the International Conference on Legislation and Law Reform, held at the Washington College of Law at American University. I had attended last year’s conference along with several other alumni from BU’s Legislative Policy & Drafting Clinic; you can read that blog entry here. This time […]

Pregnant In Law School

It’s time to spill the beans—I’m pregnant! As far as I’m aware, I’m the fourth woman in my 3L class to get pregnant during law school, and two were already supermoms at the start of 1L. Since announcing my pregnancy, I’ve been surprised by the surge of questions I’ve received: How did I decide when […]