Tagged: classes

A law student and a computer science student walk into a bar…

… and end up writing a joint paper discussing some of the most pressing cybersecurity issues facing our nation? Substitute “bar” for “classroom” and you’ve essentially got a glimpse into one of my classes this semester! I’ve had the opportunity to take a very un-traditional law class. It’s called National Security and Technology, and it’s […]

3 Favorite Classes

BU Law is a top-ranked law school. It is also one of the highest ranking law schools for best professors. Princeton Review’s most recent ranking puts us at #3. It’s truly one of the aspects of the school I am most thankful for. My professors are not only brilliant and outstanding in their field, they […]

New Year’s Resolutions as a 3L

It’s that time of the year… the time to make resolutions for how we want to live and what we want to accomplish in the next 365 days. Typically, my resolutions include things like “try more new foods,” “run one mile a day,” and “don’t procrastinate.” But as I’m approaching my last semester of school […]

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 […]

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 […]