Category: In the Community

Life Beyond the Tower

When I look back on my first year of law school, I can firmly say that 90% of my memories involve being inside the four walls of the law tower. Other than the occasional visitor, a majority of my waking moments were spent on one of the 17 floors of the law school building. I […]

Showing Up

As you make your way through law school, there are dozens of small decisions you can make that can change your whole academic or professional trajectory. Do you sign up for a journal? If so, which one? Do you give moot court a shot? Do you go to a certain networking event? Which clinic do […]

Staycation, All I Ever Wanted

Spring Break in Boston! This year, I ended up going for the staycation—partially by choice, partially by virtue of back-to-back nor’easters hitting the east coast. While the stormy weather hasn’t made it feel exactly like spring break, sticking around town has its benefits in recharging for the final push before graduation. There is, after all, […]

Glimpses of Spring

You can never know what to expect from a Boston winter. The Farmer’s Almanac said this past season was going to be a wet one, and we had our share of winter storms. Mercifully, the feet of snow that have dropped over the last few months have quickly been washed away by warm temperatures and […]

Tricking Yourself Into Exercising: A Law Student’s Guide

The winter Olympics are providing endless entertainment these days and watching the dynamic athletes is fascinating. It’s been particularly interesting to watch the veterans and the young guns converge: Shaun White and Lindsey Vonn are winning their last medals while Chloe Kim and Red Gerard are 17 years old and already winning their first of […]