Tagged: books

Harvard Bookstore Warehouse Sale: Must-do in Boston

Let’s be real: 95% of those in law school are (open or undercover) nerds, the ones who love learning, the kids who would read books for fun as soon as they learned how to read. I’m no exception, and while reading 286 Constitutional Law cases temporarily dampened my desire to read other books for fun, […]

The Books I Read Before Law School

Since I am an avid reader, I knew I wanted to take advantage of the summer before law school started to read as much as I could for pleasure – and I threw in a few law-school related books for good measure to help get into the headspace for what was to come. One thing I […]

Winter Interlude: Reality, Plus Lots of Books & Day Trips

Reality Not so long ago, I finished eighty-one pages of seminar paper writing in about 10 days — and that’s not counting various drafts and outlines. This wasn’t just any writing, but intense research and original analysis (see my previous post for more), and it was exhilarating and exhausting to think so hard about new-to-me concepts. My brain […]

In retrospect

When I first came to Boston I was excited, but a little wary. I was moving to a new city, I would be leaving most of my friends, and I would be starting law school. Before law school began, I read books about adjusting to law school (Ivy Briefs: True Tales of a Neurotic Law […]

Stop before you shop!

As I enter my final year of law school, I reflect on the decisions I’ve made to get me here — those deep, meaningful decisions made at the cash register or, more frequently these days, in front of my laptop. That’s right, it’s time for a BU Law back-to-school shopping post! Before you open your […]