Category: SIP

A Day In The Life: Kourtney Kardashian, Bill Markup, and Senate Bean Soup

Next week is my last as a Law Clerk in the U.S. Senate. I have enjoyed every minute I’ve spent working for the HELP Committee and would recommend this experience to any law student in search of an adventure. Here’s what I was up to today: This morning, none other than Kourtney Kardashian came to […]

International Conference on Legislation and Law Reform

Last week I had the privilege of once again attending the International Conference on Legislation and Law Reform, held at the Washington College of Law at American University. I had attended last year’s conference along with several other alumni from BU’s Legislative Policy & Drafting Clinic; you can read that blog entry here. This time […]

HUZZAH!

I’m thrilled to announce that BU approved my Semester-in-Practice application! This means that I will spend my final semester of law school externing in Washington D.C. as a Law Clerk with the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions. I couldn’t be more excited! (You can read more information about the program and […]

Semester In Practice

One of the things I’ve been looking forward to most in law school is the prospect of spending an entire semester externing at a government office in Washington D.C. through BU Law’s Semester-in-Practice (SiP) program. The purpose of this blog is to explain how to go about securing an awesome SiP placement. (Caveat: I’m still […]

Greetings from Beirut!

Note: This is one of several blogs on my semester long externship. I’m currently doing a Semester in Practice with Conflict Dynamics International, where I’m working on a peacemaking initiative on Syria. Check out my past blogs to get the scoop. One of the perks of my Semester in Practice program is international travel. To […]