Tagged: professors

Last Week of Classes for this 3L

This week was my last week of law school classes ever. While I’m not ruling out that I may continue on to another degree (sorry mom & dad & Adam), for all intents and purposes, this is may be my last class forever. I’ve been a student almost my whole life, without any intermission, and […]

A Different Kind of Elevator Pitch

The law school consists of two adjoining buildings, or building sections, depending on perspective: the Redstone Building and the Law Tower. Within these sections are two sets of elevators. One set shuttles students through the six floors of Redstone, accessing student offices, lockers, classrooms, and libraries. The other set traverses the sixteen floors of the […]

Being a Research Assistant: Surprisingly (or not?) one of my Favorite Law School Things

I love doing academic research and being involved in academia. So much, so, that I almost ditched law school for grad school after a wonderful undergrad experience where I took an academic research project all the way to presenting at an international conference. I ultimately chose law school for many reasons, but I knew I wanted […]

Participating in a Clinic at BU

When I told my parents I wanted to go to law school, they were not exactly on board.  They envisioned litigators and dramatic courtroom scenes that they had seen on television and in the movies, and could not picture their shy daughter doing such a thing.  If anyone asked me when I first began my […]

MythBusters: Law School Edition

When it came time to apply to law school, I heard much of the same thing from many different people including, but not limited to: “I bet you watch Law & Order,” “You must really like to argue,” and my personal favorite, “Wow, good luck.” Yet, one of the most popular questions I was plagued […]