Category: Jobs/Internships

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 […]

Friday Firsts, featuring: Get Out of the Library!

This Friday was the first of the semester and I hit the ground running with a full schedule of extra-curricular activities. Law school is much more than just classes and grades, and my experiences on Friday certainly reaffirmed that! I began the day by covering Boston University School of Law’s American Journal of Law and […]

It All Works Out

I’m the first to admit I am a hugely cynical realist. I don’t believe in optimism or pessimism—there’s just the actual truth. So, when people tell me “it will all work out in the end,” I never believe them and their cliché remark. “It will all work out in the end” is the type of […]

Servicing Clients, an Invaluable Practice

When people think about what lawyers do on a day-to-day basis, the general public focuses on the massive amount of reading and writing that an attorney does in practice. Most people do not allude to the fact that lawyers provide a critical service for their clients. This past summer I had the opportunity to work […]

My Judicial Internship Experience

This past summer, following 1L, I worked as a judicial intern at the Massachusetts Land Court. The Land Court court deals in property matters, which allowed me to put some of my 1L property class knowledge to use. When I began researching and applying for judicial internships, I had a general idea of the kind […]