Category: In the Community

A law student and a computer science student walk into a bar…

… and end up writing a joint paper discussing some of the most pressing cybersecurity issues facing our nation? Substitute “bar” for “classroom” and you’ve essentially got a glimpse into one of my classes this semester! I’ve had the opportunity to take a very un-traditional law class. It’s called National Security and Technology, and it’s […]


Stress and anxiety are real. So let’s talk about it. One of the best pieces of advice I received my 1L year was to have a go-to de-stresser. Dealing with stress is hard, and it takes work, but I found this advice very helpful. Developing a habit of turning to something healthy and de-stressing in […]

The Legal Follies Present…

It’s almost February, which can only mean one thing: we’re just a few weeks away from the annual Legal Follies show. This year, I’ve had the privilege of serving as co-director for the group of ten fellow law students who write, produce, direct, and star in a sketch comedy show that pokes fun at the […]

Newbie to Networking

In my first semester of law school, I received email after email inviting me to attend “networking events.” Having come straight through from undergrad, I had no idea what the word networking was or even how to do it. But, as a newly poor law student, the enticing description of food and drinks along with […]

“Send Silence Packing”

The time between Thanksgiving and the December holidays can be filled with mixed emotions. Law students, like everyone else, remember those we have lost. We wish they could be with us, but we are also profoundly grateful for the time we had with them. As Christmas music starts to play on the radio and strings […]