Category: Externships

Job Fair – In France!

Today, I went to the Assas Job Fair, and BOY was it an experience! I was hesitant to go at first because of two reasons: (1) I had NO idea what I would be up against, and (2) I’m embarrassed by my French. But, at the urging of my professors and peers, I decided to […]

3 Favorite Classes

BU Law is a top-ranked law school. It is also one of the highest ranking law schools for best professors. Princeton Review’s most recent ranking puts us at #3. It’s truly one of the aspects of the school I am most thankful for. My professors are not only brilliant and outstanding in their field, they […]

3LLM Instead of 3LOL

Every law student knows about 3LOL. The year where you are supposed to be pining for your work life and bumming around in a couple of seminars to finish up your law school career, enjoying freedom and not having to take Contracts or do tech checks for journal… But most law students don’t know that […]

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 […]

‘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 […]