Posts by: Kimberly Condoulis

The End of an Era

Two days ago, I finished law school. As I’ve said before, I’ve spent my last semester of BU Law studying abroad at Oxford University. Because of the trimester term system used here, I’m actually done. When my last tutorial ended, it didn’t feel real. I had actually just finished law school. No more case briefs, cold calls, […]

A law student’s goodbye to Antonin Scalia

Just a short while ago, countless news sources reported that Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia had passed away while on a hunting vacation in Texas (it seems like the death was from natural causes). Moments after hearing the news, I went to Facebook to post my own message of condolences and found my news feed filled with […]

A law student abroad

Hey look! Buckingham Palace! Can I please come in and have all of Duchess Kate’s clothes? This semester, my last semester of law school, I’m studying abroad at Harris Manchester College at Oxford University in the U.K. I’ve been in Oxford for about 3 weeks now, attending classes for the past 2 and I feel comfortable […]

Why I always buy new shoes when grades come out.

As most or all BU Law students know, grades for fall 2015 come out this Friday. For some, these will be the first set of law school grades. Others, like me, are well-seasoned vets. Checking my grades has always been difficult for me, even though I’ve been a good student. These are little marks of judgment […]

When you hate running in America’s most run-happy city

“Exercise gives you endorphins. Endorphins make you happy!” –Legally Blonde Well, I think my endorphin-to-exercise-connection must be severed because I absolutely hate working out. I hear people talk about how good they feel about themselves after they come back from the gym, or how pumped spin class makes them, or how refreshing runs are outdoors, […]