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.

Tricking Yourself Into Exercising: A Law Student’s Guide

The winter Olympics are providing endless entertainment these days and watching the dynamic athletes is fascinating. It’s been particularly interesting to watch the veterans and the young guns converge: Shaun White and Lindsey Vonn are winning their last medals while Chloe Kim and Red Gerard are 17 years old and already winning their first of […]

A law student and a computer science student walk into a bar…

… and end up writing a joint paper discussing some of the most pressing cybersecurity issues facing our nation? Substitute “bar” for “classroom” and you’ve essentially got a glimpse into one of my classes this semester! I’ve had the opportunity to take a very un-traditional law class. It’s called National Security and Technology, and it’s […]

Pirate Lawyering 101

  When I was solidifying my plans for law school and becoming serious about applying my junior year of college, I met a friend of a friend who told me about admiralty law. He works in the industry but on the insurance side and described Admiralty law to me as “if a vessel, flagged under […]

Holiday Travels Podcast: RadioLab’s More Perfect

With winter break comes holiday travels, and with holiday travels comes a lot of time spent in cars and on planes. I’m not a huge podcast person, preferring books and music, but recent bouts of carsickness while reading in the car has forced me to explore the world of podcasts and audiobooks more seriously. One […]

Law Student’s Holiday Wish List

Book stand A book stand will change a law student’s life. I am not joking. You don’t realize how much strain you’re putting on your neck looking down at books all the time until you get a book stand to prop the books at eye level. Your neck will thank you so very much. Your […]