Tagged: graduation

Spring Forward

Though it may not feel like it outside, spring has finally arrived. As each new season begins the one before it begins to disappear. Our lives change just as the seasons do. We can look back on past seasons with fond memories, yet we often still find ourselves looking forward to the possibilities that the […]

What is a “Note?”

A note is a publishable-quality writing you must do for your law journal. Different journals require different criteria. Most individuals who choose to be on a journal (yes, it is a choice) know they must write a note and will generally use their note to be certified by a professor to meet the graduation requirement. […]

It’s The Final Countdown

This semester will be my last one at BU Law. That realization is somewhat bittersweet, as I have enjoyed my time here at the school but I am also really looking forward to graduating. I am at the point now where I’m already mentally preparing for the bar and life after graduation. Even so, I’m […]

Halfway Through the Woods

‘You can only run halfway into the woods before you’re running out of them’ has been my somewhat cryptic response to all the well-meaning inquiries about how it feels to be half way through law school. My classmate’s Facebook statuses all exuberantly proclaim that we are now “50% lawyers!” which strikes me as slightly over-optimistic considering […]

My commencement speech – A Dream Deferred…

As graduation was nearing I decided to answer the call to apply to be the commencement speaker for graduation. Unfortunately, I was not selected. However, I thought that I should still share my speech. I hope you enjoy!   A Dream Deferred What becomes of a dream deferred? Does it study for the LSAT, apply to law […]