Tagged: law student

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 […]

Raising the Bar

I submitted my application for the Massachusetts Bar Exam recently and I must say that it was quite a process. Filling out the initial paperwork was relatively simple, though I found that listing every employer that I’ve had since the age of 18 along with their information was more difficult than I expected. I received […]

A day in the Life of an Early-Rising 2L

I did a “day in the life” post last year, and I think it’s time I do it again 2L year! If you were to look back over my posts from this time last year, I was gearing up for the crazy schedule the Follies cast faces between tomorrow (the first day of classes) and […]

Law School ≠ College

I recently visited my sister at Smith College, where she is a first year student. During this visit I was very surprised by the college lifestyle and I realized I hadn’t really thought about how it is to be a different law student rather than a college student. In this post, I’m going to reflect a little on […]

Studying Law in Boston

As my third month as a law student approaches, I can now say with substantial certainty that this is where I am meant to be.  Yet, I can’t point to just one thing that confirmed this for me.  What has really made me sure that coming to BU Law was the right decision has been […]