Tagged: law students

Rely on Good Sources

Something I’ve learned in my writing class is the importance of relying on good sources, in many instances case law that has had a positive progeny, in order to have a successful paper. Recently, however, I’ve found myself heavily relying on a different type of good sources: sources of stability that provide me with the […]

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 […]

PIP With a Purpose

I apologize to my many devoted readers (Do I even have those?!) for my absence this semester. As you may or may not know, currently, I serve as the Co-President of the Public Interest Project (“PIP”). PIP takes a large amount of my energy, especially as we prepare for our biggest fundraiser, our 22nd Annual […]