Category: Advice

I’m New Here

Hello, new friends! Since I’m new to the blog, I thought I would briefly introduce myself: I am from Satellite Beach, FL, near where the shuttle and rockets launch from Cape Canaveral. I lived two very happy years in Atlanta and seven in DC. I worked in refugee resettlement before law school, both in case work […]

Organization in Law School

Organization is something that didn’t become integral to my everyday values until law school. I almost feel like I succeeded in high school and college despitemy lack of organization skills (well, I saw it as a lack). When I got to law school, organization became an absolute necessity. 1L year helped usher in this change […]

3L Year: It’s later than you think, but it’s never too late

There’s a quote that I found inscribed on a belltower in Oxford that has stuck with me since I stumbled across it that autumn day during my time studying abroad. The quote says, “It’s later than you think, but it’s never too late.” Every once in a while it echoes in my mind, and it […]

Advice for Class Registration

I am in the process of registering for my 3L classes. It’s hard to believe that this is my last year of registration in law school (and most likely, ever!) and my perspective has changed since registration last summer for my 2L classes, so I wanted to share some tips and tricks for making the most of […]

The Conclusion of 2L

It’s hard to believe I am now officially two thirds of the way done with Law School! I finished up with finals much earlier than I did last year, and luckily did not have the writing competition on my plate, so I’m pretty ecstatic to have had a few weeks off before starting my summer […]