Tagged: stress

Clinic and Journal and Mock Trial, Oh My

Well, it’s officially February now and that means that winter break is nothing but a memory. Is has been back to school mode for a while now, but I still have found it difficult this semester to brush out the cobwebs in my brain. As this semester picks up, though, it seems that I will […]

Tennis!

One piece of advice that I always tell 1L’s is to always make time for yourself despite the mountain of work always waiting for you in law school. Everyone has their own hobbies and passions that they bring with them prior to law school and I always recommend continuing to do the things that make […]

The Ghost of Finals Past

Well, the time has finally come. I stepped off of the plane last night back into Boston, and with the blast of cold air comes the inevitable blast of finals stress. Despite my best efforts to forget that I am, in fact, a law student over the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s now time for me to […]

Stress Management Tips for the First Semester of Law School (and beyond)

I just passed the halfway mark of my first semester as a 1L here at BU and while it has presented me with new challenges and stresses, I’ve largely been able to navigate these new waters through stress-management and self-care techniques. They have carried me thus far and I have no doubt that I will […]

Scare you to death, work you to death, bore you to death

One of the very first things I heard as a 1L, from one of my favorite professors, was this old law school adage. Supposedly, it goes like this: “1L – scare you to death; 2L – work you to death; 3L – bore you to death.”  For whatever reason, that saying got stuck in my […]