Tagged: 2L

2L: The Good Kind of Busy

Everyone- from other law students, to professors, to your friend who knows that her brother’s roommate’s sister-in-law went to law school- will tell you that 1L is that hardest year in law school. It’s true that 1L is the hardest, and knowing that is both terrifying and comforting at the same time. But while 1L […]

One Month into 2L

What a year a difference makes! It’s so hard to believe that exactly a year ago I was only a month into 1L – a year that was equal parts challenging, frustrating, invigorating, and exhausting. The one common thread and the main word that I use when I either reflect upon 1L to myself or talk about […]

First is the worst, second is the best

1L year feels a lot like lawyer boot camp. Everyone takes the same courses in efforts to build necessary foundational skills.  2L year, however, provides a lot more freedom to choose your path, and not just through courses: you can choose clinics, externships, study abroad, and more. I thought I’d share a glimpse into what […]

How Far You’ve Come, and How Far You Will Go

April 30th, 2017, and I’m sitting at the (almost) end of my second year of law school. Honestly, I’m not really sure where all that time has gone, but I guess I shouldn’t be surprised because wondering how time passes so quickly one of the biggest cliches there is. In any case, realizing that I’m […]

Life in the BU Criminal Clinic

One of the many great opportunities BU Law has to offer its students is the chance to participate in a clinic. Doctrinal classes are obviously an incredibly important part of the foundation of an attorney’s legal education, and seminars are excellent at stimulating dialogue on some truly fascinating topics in many different subject areas. Nothing […]