Category: Extracurriculars

Client Counseling, and Other Contact Sports

This semester, I have had the opportunity to compete in the ABA Client Counseling competition. As the world’s best counselor a curious law student, I knew this competition was definitely something I should get involved in. So with no experience and not a lot of information to go on, I grabbed a classmate and signed […]

There go the Follies!

There are many pieces of advice you can plan on getting as you enter law school. One you may hear more often than others is that you should focus all of your energies during your 1L year on academics. Do not worry about or waste your time on anything else—your 1L grades are the most […]

Sexual Assault Panel: Education with a Side of Indignation

Critics of colleges’ handling of sexual assault have been gaining attention lately (think Peyton Manning and Tennessee, the many allegations at Harvard College, or the breaking story about an Indiana University Title IX coordinator resigning because he was accused of sexual assault). Sexual assault on campus has been a real issue for a lot longer, […]

Lawyering with Lovingkindness

One of the best classes I have taken during law school has been … tai chi. Classes offered at the BU Fitness and Recreation Center are available for audit with your law school tuition. They are a wonderful opportunity to get outside the Law School; I’ve also taken yoga at FitRec. If you’re like me and have no idea what tai […]

When you hate running in America’s most run-happy city

“Exercise gives you endorphins. Endorphins make you happy!” –Legally Blonde Well, I think my endorphin-to-exercise-connection must be severed because I absolutely hate working out. I hear people talk about how good they feel about themselves after they come back from the gym, or how pumped spin class makes them, or how refreshing runs are outdoors, […]