Tagged: advice

Keeping an open mind

BU has tons of opportunities for its students to get involved. There’s clinics, journals, mock trial, moot court, externships, research positions- you name it, and we probably have it in some form or another. That being said, having all of those options available to you can sometimes be a bit overwhelming. I know for me […]

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 […]

Reflections on 1L Fall Exams as Spring Exams Approach

So since Monday starts my official last week of classes as a 1L and I am now in the thick of preparing for exams, I thought there was no better a time than now to reflect on what I learned from the Fall exam cycle. Final exams are always stressful, but they have definitely taken […]

Practicing Mindfulness During Law School

Mindfulness is probably not a word that most people associate either with law school generally or law students specifically, but it is something that has shaped my life since about halfway through my undergraduate studies and continues to hold weight as I navigate the world of law school. Most people associate things like stress, overwork, […]

The Ghost of Finals Past

Well, the time has finally come. I stepped off of the plane last night back into Boston, and with the blast of cold air comes the inevitable blast of finals stress. Despite my best efforts to forget that I am, in fact, a law student over the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s now time for me to […]