Category: In the Community

Gaining Proficiency

I was walking down Commonwealth Avenue near the law school earlier this week when I heard a familiar sound; a deep and steady rumbling that seemed to shake the air. The noise slowly grew louder, and I started looking up in anticipation of the only thing that could make that sort of racket: an MV-22 […]

Warm Weather Activities in Boston

Now that it is FINALLY starting to heat up in Boston, I’m itching to spend a lot more time outside and thaw out from winter. I know this semester’s finals will be a bit harder on the soul, as outside will be beckoning much more attractively than the 20 degree wind did in December. There’s […]

The Annual PIP Auction

This past Thursday, the Public Interest Project (PIP) hosted its annual gala and auction. I didn’t make it to the event during my 1L year, but after hearing rave reviews, I made sure to get to the student union ballroom this year to see what it was all about. Over the course of the last […]

Rely on Good Sources

Something I’ve learned in my writing class is the importance of relying on good sources, in many instances case law that has had a positive progeny, in order to have a successful paper. Recently, however, I’ve found myself heavily relying on a different type of good sources: sources of stability that provide me with the […]

Boston is for the Birds

As I made the long drive from Seattle to Boston on my way to BU Law, I picked up a birding guidebook so I could try and figure out what kinds of avian life I would see on the trip across the country. One thing I quickly learned is that bird watching is harder than […]