Category: Advice

Last One, Best One

With school emails rolling in by the boatload and scary 1L Orientation beginning, I finally feel like I am in my last year of law school. While it’s ellard to fathom that I’ve actually lived through (and at some moments thrived) two whole years at BU Law, I realize I’ve made it as I prepare for […]

What’s important?

It’s no understatement when I say that I’m an entirely different person now than who I was at this time last year. 1L provided me with immense opportunities for growth, both inside and outside of the classroom. One of the biggest lessons I think I’ve learned is to always remember to keep in mind what’s […]

Requiem for the Summer

As cliche as I feel typing this: it feels like just yesterday I finished my last exam of 2L year, packed my bags, and flew home for summer. Four months ago at the end of April, I was studying hours on hours for all my exams without a single clue as to what I was […]

First is the worst, second is the best

1L year feels a lot like lawyer boot camp. Everyone takes the same courses in efforts to build necessary foundational skills.  2L year, however, provides a lot more freedom to choose your path, and not just through courses: you can choose clinics, externships, study abroad, and more. I thought I’d share a glimpse into what […]

School’s Out For Summer…Kinda

There is probably no better feeling than the one of pure euphoria that is walking out of your last exam into the sweet, waiting arms of summer. Kissing dry case readings, Socratic-method lecturing, and outlining goodbye—even if only for three months—is the only thing I can focus on one May hits. My conscious neglect of […]