Tagged: Dual Degrees

JD and …: Dual Degrees, Part 3

This is the last of the 3-part series on dual degrees. If you’re just tuning in, the first post was from a guest blogger who is currently doing a JD/MPH at Boston University. In the second post, I described my own experience as a JD/MALD at BU and The Fletcher School at Tufts University. For […]

JD and …: Dual Degrees, Part 2

Last month, I started a blog series on dual degrees – “JD and…”. As a dual degree student, I wanted to share with you some thoughts on the advantages/disadvantages of an “extended educational experience” as I like to call it. In the first post, guest blogger Michael Cannella, shared his experience as a JD/MPH at […]

JD and …: Dual Degrees, Part 1

Welcome to the wonderful world of dual degrees! Dual degrees are an interesting animal. You’re a lawyer and then some.  The title JD/MPH, JD/MBA, JD/MA perplexes people, perhaps unnecessarily so.  You spend an extra semester or year in school after all your friends have graduated.  So why do it? This next set of blogs is […]

Hello, my name is Nanako.

Seeing as this is my first official post, I figure it’s only polite to introduce myself. By now, you already know that I’m a 2L at BU Law.  And that I grew up in Washington state and went to Cal (go bears!).  But, that’s just part of the story. You should also know I took […]