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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 […]

Winter Break Trip

Although it’s a bit delayed, I wanted to do a blog post about the trip that I took with my college roommate over winter break. I’m home sick with the flu right now, so it felt like a good time to take a walk down memory lane to exactly one month ago when I was […]

How to Get the Most out of Your Classes (without comparing yourself to others)

Some people kick butt in colds calls. Others, well, don’t. And guess what? It doesn’t matter. If you’re even thinking about law school, chances are that you are a competitive person. You’re also smart. Which is great – because it will compel you forward in life, and help you succeed, time and time again. But […]

Confirmatory Memoranda: Tangible Goal Setting

When I first started law school in the fall, I will admit that I was a bit overwhelmed by all the advice 2Ls and 3Ls were throwing my way. Don’t get me wrong — I really appreciated it. They were kind enough to share literally anything they could think of, acting like big brothers and sisters for […]

My First Week at the Capitol

I just wrapped up the whirlwind first week of my Senate externship. The pace on the Hill can be dizzying, but the countdown to Friday’s government shutdown amplified the energy to a whole new level. I am one of two Law Clerks in the Oversight Office. Greg, a 3L at Georgetown, is also a former […]