Category: Advice

State Courts and Fed Courts and Specialty Courts, Oh My!

Today I had the honor of being a panelist for a Public Interest Scholars clerkship event. I will be clerking with Justice Mary I. Yu on the Washington Supreme Court during the 2019-2020 term. Other panelists included several current and former BU Public Interest Scholars. My friend and fellow 3L Kenneth Meador will clerk for […]

Pumpkin, cinnamon, and Justice Ginsburg

Extra pumpkin; extra cinnamon. That’s the simple secret to my favorite pumpkin bread recipe. Last night I took a study break to heat up my kitchen with this festive recipe. I grew up baking with my dad, and it has always been a way for me to de-stress (which has been very helpful in law school!)  […]

Where To Next?

So here it is. 3L. The final year. We’re just about six months from graduation and I’m still in the job hunt. Maybe I should be stressed about the fact that I don’t know where I’ll be a year from now. But instead, I find it to be a bit exhilarating to wonder, “Where to […]

Semester In Practice

One of the things I’ve been looking forward to most in law school is the prospect of spending an entire semester externing at a government office in Washington D.C. through BU Law’s Semester-in-Practice (SiP) program. The purpose of this blog is to explain how to go about securing an awesome SiP placement. (Caveat: I’m still […]

Movin’ on a Summer Afternoon

When I left for my internship in California this past summer, I did it with the assumption that I’d be coming back in August and settling back into life at my Comm Ave. apartment to get through 3L year. After all, the place seemed like an investment property for my landlord who lived in China […]