Category: In the Community

Justice Breyer Panel at Moakley Courthouse

A few weeks ago the Moakley Courthouse held a panel event in commemoration of its 20 year anniversary. The Moakley Courthouse was completed in 1998 when the Seaport District was, in some senses, bleak. Now, on the courthouse’s 20th anniversary, it sits at the beginning of one of the most up-and-coming and bustling parts of […]

Summer 2018 Bucket List

Summer 2018 is (ALMOST) here! With the warm weather giving me a glimpse into outdoor activities after the long, cold winter, I’m itching to get started on my 2018 Summer Bucket List. I thought I’d share a few of my bucket list items with you all in case you’d like to join me! Not all […]

I’m Bill, on Capitol Hill

For those of you loyal readers of the BU Law Blog, you may have seen Brynn’s earlier post about the International Conference on Legislation and Law Reform in Washington, DC. I also had the chance to head down to our nation’s capital last week and participate in the conference, which was co-sponsored by BU Law. […]

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 […]