Tagged: 3L

Reflections from a 3L: what I wish I knew as a 1L

I’ve wanted to be a lawyer since I was ten years old. I took mock trial in high school, loved it, and excelled in our state competition. I took a job in a local law office and delved into the minutiae of running a three-attorney firm, from certified mail to calling the local courthouse. I […]

Last Week of Classes for this 3L

This week was my last week of law school classes ever. While I’m not ruling out that I may continue on to another degree (sorry mom & dad & Adam), for all intents and purposes, this is may be my last class forever. I’ve been a student almost my whole life, without any intermission, and […]

Last Semester of Law School?!

Let’s get the clichés out of the way earlier: I honestly can’t believe it’s my last semester of law school. Yes, every spring 3L says that. And I am no exception. Law school simultaneously went by slowly and oh-so-quickly. During the semesters and day-to-day grind of classes it seemed like the weeks just dragged on. […]

November, 3L Year

“Hey mom! Hey! Moooooom. What should I write my blog post about?” “Blog post? I didn’t know you had a blog.”   Mom picks up the Rae Dunn platter she’s taking a price sticker off of. “Mom, I’ve been blogging for the law school since 1L.”   “Write about Rae Dunn!” No, mom, I don’t […]

3L Year: It’s later than you think, but it’s never too late

There’s a quote that I found inscribed on a belltower in Oxford that has stuck with me since I stumbled across it that autumn day during my time studying abroad. The quote says, “It’s later than you think, but it’s never too late.” Every once in a while it echoes in my mind, and it […]