Tagged: networking

Fun Networking

Getting a job for your 1L summer is tough. Many students will have jobs lined up by December, while others won’t hear until the middle of May. The stress can eat at you, especially when you are trying to focus on class. However, you can eat away at these fears by networking. I know, sounds made up right? […]

Newbie to Networking

In my first semester of law school, I received email after email inviting me to attend “networking events.” Having come straight through from undergrad, I had no idea what the word networking was or even how to do it. But, as a newly poor law student, the enticing description of food and drinks along with […]

Different Ways to Network Over the Summer

I am not the biggest fan of networking. It took me a long time to realize that no one really is, though. I used to think that you were born either possessing or not possessing the traits required to network effectively, but I have come to learn over time that while some people may naturally […]

Externships: A Different Experience in Law School

Welcome to my first post for BU Law blogs! You can find other meanderings about law school, living in Boston and life as a 2L at BU Law on this page over the course of this year. One experience that I’ve had over the course of this semester which I’m very grateful for is my […]

The Art of the Informational Interview

As an unemployed first semester 3L, I’ve been doing a lot of “informational interviews” lately. This is a concept that I had never heard of before attending law school, so it seems like a good topic to write about. Essentially, an informational interview is just what it sounds like: it’s an interview with someone in […]