Tagged: graduation

Where in the World to Take the Bar?

For non-lawyers out there, the bar exam seems like some ethereal exam that all lawyers take that is essentially torture. What the rest of the world doesn’t seem to know is that there is a LOT more to the bar exam than simply taking the test. And all that complication begins with one, seemingly simple, […]

Today’s secret word is …

Readers, I’ve been holding out on you. There’s one essential ingredient for success in law school that I haven’t yet let you in on. So, here it is: love. Specifically, the love of my husband. Sorry, you can’t have him. Maybe you’ll find your own anchor, confidante, comedian, and helpmeet? Good luck! Without him (and […]

Checking off boxes

So, I’m graduating in May. (And yes, I do plan to start every blog post this semester with some variation of this sentence.) ¬†As I mentioned in my last post, this is weird to me in many ways, not least because I feel like my life is speeding by me at a truly bizarre rate; […]

The Last Semester

I’m unsure how it happened, truly, but apparently I’m about to begin the second week of my last semester of law school. I feel… bizarre. That’s probably not the most useful word, but I don’t really know how to describe it. On the one hand, there are so many reasons I’m excited to not be […]

The Grand Finale

Last week I took the last law school class I will ever take. Next week I will take my final exams. The week after that I will graduate. What once seemed so far away now seems to be approaching more quickly than ever. It’s a strange feeling to be near the end of my time […]