Tagged: professionals

Watch and learn

I’ve already sung the praises of “learning by doing” at BU Law in previous posts about clinics, competitions, and internships. I’d like to add that “learning by watching” isn’t so bad, either. In the past two weeks, I had two great watching experiences, first as coach and director of the BU Client Counseling team, and […]

Being Professionally Responsible

The Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam, otherwise known as the MPRE, is this weekend. For those of you who may not know much about the test, it’s a 2-hour, 60-question multiple-choice exam that is administered by the National Conference of Bar Examiners 3 times each year. It’s also required for admission to the Bar in all […]

Leaving the Library

Unfortunately, I’m getting started on the BU Law blog just as final exams are shifting from a distant worry to a source of daily angst. Since this is my first time going through the law school exam process, all I can offer right now is fearful speculation. As that is far from productive, I’m not […]