Posts by: Caroline Lambert

Hometown: Chelmsford, MA
Education: BA in Interdisciplinary Global Policy & Relations and Political Science from Stonehill College (2016)
Activities: Women’s Law Association Alumni Committee, International Law Society

More about Caroline: Caroline hails from north of Boston, went to undergrad south of Boston, and finally landed in the heart of the city at BU Law. Despite staying on the east coast of Massachusetts for the majority of her life, Caroline is interested in pursuing international law and how it intersects with armed conflict resolution and human rights. Caroline’s international interests were bolstered by studying abroad at Oxford University and conducting undergraduate research on conflict resolution in Africa and the Middle East.

Caroline is a dog enthusiast, HGTV lover (Fixer Upper, anyone?), and former lacrosse player. She enjoys painting, photography, and watching HBO documentaries in her spare time. Beyond law school goals, she’s determined to find the best pizza place in all of Boston before the end of 3L year.

Women’s Law Association 2017 Alumnae Panel

  One of the student groups that I’ve been involved with since the beginning of my 1L year is the Women’s Law Association. I enjoyed the group’s events and their mission so much that I ran for, and won, a spot on their e-board for this year! What I really like about WLA is that […]

Non-law-school-things

This is going to be a post about non-law-school-activities. I’m sure you’re wondering why on earth that I’m posting about non-law-school-things on a LAW SCHOOL blog, but I think it’s actually a really important thing to point out you can, in fact, do other things! I feel a lot more freedom during 2L, or, rather, […]

2L: The Good Kind of Busy

Everyone- from other law students, to professors, to your friend who knows that her brother’s roommate’s sister-in-law went to law school- will tell you that 1L is that hardest year in law school. It’s true that 1L is the hardest, and knowing that is both terrifying and comforting at the same time. But while 1L […]

Mentors as the #1 Resource

One of the most important things that I’ve come to realize as a young adult is the importance of having mentors. Whether they’re friends who are a few years older or professionals who have been in the game for longer than you’ve been in school, mentors are crucially important. They provide you with advice and […]

What’s important?

It’s no understatement when I say that I’m an entirely different person now than who I was at this time last year. 1L provided me with immense opportunities for growth, both inside and outside of the classroom. One of the biggest lessons I think I’ve learned is to always remember to keep in mind what’s […]