Tagged: law school

Gay? Fine by BU Law**

Law school is about inspiration. You may spend countless hours in the library, more hours in classes, probably more hours in meetings and other networking functions, but ultimately you need to find your own motivation to persevere. Last fall, I was fortunate enough to serve as Treasurer for BU Law’s LGBTQ group, OutLaw. OutLaw has […]

Scared to Death

Law school is often described by the phrase,  “First year they scare you to death, second year they work you to death, and third year they bore you to death.” While I can’t speak to the second or third year just yet, in my personal experiences with 1L year so far, I’ve found that while […]

Ski Trip

Law school is certainly difficult and we students spend many hours in the tower studying, but at the same time, BU Law does a great job at incorporating a number of fun extracurricular activities into the academic calendar. The first of those events occurred this past weekend during the MLK weekend ski trip to Sugarloaf […]

A Day in the (Follies) Life

Well, we’re back for the second semester and I’ve got to say – it has hit me like a tidal wave. But besides the sluggish feeling of trying to get back into the swing of things, I think we’re off to a pretty good start. The blog administrators have suggested that we bloggers give you […]

Reflections on Our First Exams Season

Yesterday was our first ever law school exam. I actually had a pretty great day. I came out of the exam feeling ok, then had lunch at the BU pub with some classmates before going home. Around 7pm, Rob came to visit me all the way down from New Hampshire. (He is seriously the best.) […]

The Law School Workout

The Spartan Race comes to Boston starting tomorrow, and I am more than excited to be able to take part in the event.  Not only because it’s taking place inside Fenway Park (which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year), but also because it entails overcoming an intense obstacle course that pushes participants to their […]