Category: Academics

Staying Healthy During Final Exams

It’s the last week of class here at BU Law, and that means one thing – finals season in here. As the end of my 1L year draws near, we all know that my body is a temple and I am a pure being who eats nothing but kale I’m one short night away from […]

Finals: Part II

Finals: Part II It seems like yesterday when the weather was a little chillier, the days a little shorter, and the time in the library sooooooo much longer. Yep, it’s here again: FINALS TIME. Although it’s never (ever) a pleasant time, I am much happier to say that this finals season I will be applying […]

The Final Days

As the final days of my law school career approach, I wanted to write about how much has changed and how far I have come over the past three years. It has been a rollercoaster ride, to say the least, but I am so happy that I got on. I applied to one law school […]

Moot Court

While wrapping up the semester and studying for finals, I have also been preparing for moot court. Moot court is part of second semester legal writing class. In fact, it’s a considerable part of the second semester. Moot court cases were released a couple months ago, and since then, writing class has been devoted to […]

‘Here I am (at court), to speak what I do know’

Today, I argued my first case beyond the immediate suburbs, as well as my first case in criminal court. Though the learning curve was steep, I was well-prepared, thanks to the diligent supervision of my Victim Rights Law Center supervisor and my education at BU Law. This was my first case before a district court. Previously, I have argued […]