Category: In the Community

Do Something For Yourself

As exams quickly approach, it can be easy to feel like you’re drowning in a sea of case law and outlines. It is important, however, to remember to do things for yourself and to find things that keep you sane during this rigorous and grueling journey through law school. If you play hockey, like I […]

Celebrating Veterans Day

Well this is exciting! It’s my first blog post, and what better day to do it than Veterans Day? This will be the first time I am celebrating Veterans Day as an actual veteran, having hung up my uniform just a few months ago. While November 11th is Veterans Day, November 10th is the Marine […]

Have Yourself a ‘Spoopy,’ Responsible Little Halloween

I love Halloween. Since I was a few months old and my parents and I wore matching, homemade bunny costumes, I’ve favored going all out for the big day. That means candy, friends, parties, black fingernail polish for the week before, and awesome costumes. I have never worn a costume from a bag, and to my […]

The Art of the Informational Interview

As an unemployed first semester 3L, I’ve been doing a lot of “informational interviews” lately. This is a concept that I had never heard of before attending law school, so it seems like a good topic to write about. Essentially, an informational interview is just what it sounds like: it’s an interview with someone in […]

Find your in, and seize it

Recently, I attended a dinner and panel discussion hosted by the Massachusetts Family and Probate American Inn of Court. This organization, a professional group of attorneys and judges, holds monthly gatherings for socialization, education, and networking. The event was classy, educational, and a great opportunity to meet some amazing people. Now, there’s a substantial waiting list […]